Discoveries include amulet of the Egyptian goddess Hathor and the earliest known version of proto-Canaanite letter 'samekh'
Life & Culture
Opera houses in the U.S. have demonstrated a moral backbone in response to the accusations, but not those on the other side of the ocean
Texas counties with high shale drilling activity experience hike in rates of chlamydia and gonorrhea, but not syphilis for some reason. But no association was found in North Dakota or Colorado, Yalies report
Science fiction has a surprising answer
Rivals Ancestry and 23andMe are fighting a saturated market and privacy concerns in U.S. But MyHeritage’s European market is still growing, and the firm is tapping new growth engines
Ari Miller moved to Israel to become a soldier and a politician, but found himself bouncing from kitchen to kitchen in Tel Aviv. Now the man behind blood matzo balls and bacon-wrapped hamantaschen is garnering acclaim in Philadelphia
Science & Health
Here are the climate change stories our science editor didn't report on this week – but thought you should be reading
Putting the ‘super’ in supernatural, ‘The Outsider’ is HBO’s latest attempt to stop people from moving to small-town rural America
A section of the Ramparts Walk has been reopened to the public, providing fascinating views of the Christian and Muslim quarters. Too bad Israelis are afraid to visit
The four new hotels will line the pockets of billionaire Yitzhak Tshuva. But how much will the government spend to save the sea itself?