In 2014, the same team of scientists found the object with the most-distant known orbit in the Solar System and was the first to hypothesize the existence of a putative planet popularly called Planet X or Planet Nine
Israel Space Agency hopes for appointment of new Israeli astronaut
The spaceship will be the first privately funded unmanned spacecraft on the Moon and the smallest one ever. It is expected to land in February 2019
Orgies, Blackmail and anti-Semitism: Inside the Islamic Cult Whose Leader Is Embraced by Israeli Figures
He has a harem of scantily clad 'kittens,' claims the U.K. 'deep state' brought Hitler to power and is accused of sex slavery. What draws Israeli politicians and rabbis to Turkish cult leader Adnan Oktar?
University officials protest that Science Minister Ofir Akunis' decision against naming Prof. Yael Amitai to an Israeli-German scientific committee could hurt Israel's international academic standing
Baby's a monster: Planet PDS-70b is much bigger than Jupiter, and twice as hot as Mercury despite being really, really far from its star
The document Trump signed is worthless, but he managed to smash the hypocrisy that's been running the world for decades
Nationalists see a parallel with the Jews – an oppressed nation that survived centuries without a state
Catalan separatists try to show it's business as usual after declaring independence, but Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy refuses to blink
Catalonia is getting closer to its goal, but the Palestinians, who aren't even seeking to change any internationally recognized borders, are getting farther away from theirs
'My Gender Is Officially Whatever' The Anarchist Minister From the Future Who's Redefining Democracy
Audrey Tang, a transgender anarchist hacker with an IQ of 160, left school at 14, started her first Silicon Valley startup when he was 19 - and is now the youngest minister in Taiwan’s history
Britain has until March 2019 to negotiate its exit from the European Union, but is entering the talks in a precarious position
On a visit to Israel, Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn tells Haaretz his country has an open-door policy and will 'pay any price to help' asylum seekers
Young British voters have apparently learned the lesson of the previous election and refused to let older generations determine their future
France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen may find herself facing an opponent in the second round whom voters find just as repulsive
The publication of the president’s first budget offered a rare opportunity to understand his priorities – and the U.S. Army is top of the pile.
Erdogan gives Dutch premier Rutte a golden opportunity to embrace some of the rhetoric of the provocative nationalist Geert Wilders regarding Muslim migrants, while also bolstering Turkish leader’s camp.
Around the globe and in international institutions, China is providing an alternative as Trump turns U.S. inward.
After Palestinian landowners receive compensation under the 'expropriation law,' they should demand from the Israeli parliament the right to elect and be elected.
Assuming that Trump’s declarations can be taken as an indication of the actions he intends to take, what if he’s right?