'It’s hard for me to be in a place where there is little Palestinian creativity,' says Shlomi Elkabetz, who plays a Shin Bet security service investigator in HBO's controversial series which managed to anger Israel's prime minister
Stephan Jones tells Haaretz about the man who would convince his followers to ‘drink the Kool-Aid.’ "The media has done a poor job; they’ve demonized him. That he was just this crazy zealot this entire time"
A battle with the ultra-Orthodox community and the daily encounter with death haven't deterred this couple from entering the new business of cremation in Israel
The Burger Ranch in the city of Ariel is the chain’s first branch born in political defiance, the first to get a minister give his kosher stamp of approval
The informality of social media is no excuse for fake news.
What happens to a person when he’s no longer the president of the United States?
Gay Talese stalked Frank Sinatra, joined a nudist colony and liaised with a voyeur as part of his journalistic pursuits; he explains why he shuns technology entirely and why he finds Trump inspiring.
With all the confusing slogans and political correctness, it’s easy to see how the Democrats failed to refine a message and compete with Trump’s crude simplicity.
What is Trump’s 'rosebud'? What childhood difficulty helped make him what he is today? Whoever can figure that out will hold the key to his presidency.
Like Tel Avivians and Netanyahu, Manhattanites can't fathom that there are people who support the candidate they abhor. 'Doesn’t matter who’s elected,' says the other guy. 'We’re screwed either way.'
TV host Lucy Aharish did something unusual on-air Monday: She finally snapped after hearing one extremist Jewish panelist too many.
Government TV commercial lacks rational reasoning, such as security, stability and hope; instead, it only says coming home 'feels right.'
The fourth season of 'Louie' takes us even deeper into the mind of its hapless star.
Channel 2's Friday night news exploits interview to send message that reflects prevailing (ultra)nationalist narrative.
CNN reached a new low during its coverage of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane. Still, at least it kept the prime minister of Australia off our screens, however briefly.
Highlight of Netanyahu's performance was his 'Tom Cruise moment.' Now back to reality.
Television viewers couldn't see the most talked-about part of the Academy Awards.
The live broadcast from Auschwitz throughout the day was just the teaser.
Find it hard to live here? Too expensive? Too hot? No problem – the government has reduced the price of tickets to Mount Hermon.
The Israeli version of 'X Factor,' hosted by supermodel Bar Refaeli, is a disciplined, soulless production.
It was the year 2000 and, for a moment, it looked as though the future would be cool.
A hacker reveals W.’s life as a pensioner.
In the glowing piece about Lapid on the investigative show 'Fact,' there were no doubts, no humility, no reason to vote for anyone else.
Some have argued against allowing convicted criminals to serve in the Israeli government, but the greater worry is politicians using public office to avoid prosecution.
In the 2009 election campaign, Avigdor Lieberman claimed that only he 'speaks' Arabic, therefore most equipped to face up to Israel's enemies. This time, the enemy resides in the White House and 10 Downing Street.
The new documentary series 'Lod,' set in one of Israel's poorest cities, focuses on the acting mayor. The bad guy is the country's exasperating state of affairs.
Israel's Emily Karpel and her husband-music partner Tomer Adam Lenzinger are rerecording her first album in London; that doesn't mean they're not homesick.