The voices of those who see a connection between diet and rogue viruses are getting stronger and the market for meat substitutes is flourishing
Despite progress in the collection of electronic waste in Israel, many obstacles still lie ahead
An Italian expat who believes that only in Israel a Jew can focus on what he is, and a Russian expat who doesn't feel at home in her homeland
The country's hospitals are not collapsing, the lockdown does more harm than good and the policy for dealing with COVID is fundamentally wrong. An increasing number of senior physicians are convinced: Israel needs to switch gears in its handling of the...
Netanyahu, Gantz have boasted about new coronavirus tests that provide answers within minutes. Experts say move may be more politics than science
Despite promises, Oceanographic Institute reports situation is not getting better, recommends filtering out plastic garbage from municipal drainage systems that empty into the sea
The decision to auction off more than 200 items from the museum was, in fact, taken long before COVID-19 was an abominable twinkle in anyone’s eye.
Amsel, a veteran writer in the Israeli television industry, has been working for a decade as co-creator and co-writer on Valley of Tears, a heralded series about the Yom Kippur War.
Government is unfairly favoring biggest retailers, small business owners say, as chain stores sit down with executive while mom-and-pop store shutters stay down, for many permanently