This week at the Tel Aviv airport: An unconventional grandmother who's making the most of her retirement, and a hard of hearing entrepreneur who makes music
She dreamed of being an astronaut, but Salma Abo Foul did what was expected of her – and became a physician. She’s not alone: Arabs and Druze, who make up about 20 percent of Israel’s population, constitute almost half of recipients of medical licenses...
San Francisco was chosen as the best city for business innovation, with Beijing and New York finishing as runner-up and third, respectively.
Killed by an IDF sniper during the weekly demonstration against the Evyatar outpost, Muhammad Khabisa, father of an 8-month-old girl, became the seventh victim from his village, Beita, since May
A security source expresses concern over the risk of rising tensions and more lone wolf attacks
Haredi children smuggled abroad to avoid harming matchmaking options for their relatives, mothers compelled to flee the country and leave their children behind – these are the kinds of harrowing stories encountered by Divra Horowits from Israel’s Inter...
A Tel Aviv-based servicer for satellite images estimates that the facility was not just any military compound - it was a secret missile base.
Seven suspects have been arrested so far, six Jewish extremists and one Palestinian.
Former IDF chief of staff Lt.-Gen. (ret.) Gadi Eisenkot: Abraham Accords can help unite Israel and Sunni Arabs against Iran and terrorism.
A Messianic Jewish organization based in Tel Aviv whose name means “small boat,” HaOgen is an “outreach coffee shop” that’s “staffed with evangelists ready to share the good news with every guest.