Israeli archaeologists uncover stunning mosaics and glass windows but remain stumped by identity of the ‘glorious martyr’ to whom the 6th-century basilica was dedicated
With a popular, long-running New York Times column as source material, Amazon executives must have known they were on to a winner with 'Modern Love'
Focusing more on the murderers’ psychological motivations than on the nationalist and ethnic conflicts prevents the series from making a pointed political statement
The ancient 'Herodian street,' whose recent reopening by right-wing politicians and U.S. envoys stirred controversy, was commissioned by the Roman governor hated by Jews and Christians alike
The lionfish is carnivorous and can kill and eat a large number of local fish. It also endangers humans if they come into contact with its poisonous spike
A new book examines how, nearly a century ago, a small town in upstate New York saw an actual blood libel, where the residents were ready to entertain the notion that their Jewish neighbors had kidnapped a young child for a ritual sacrifice
Skin is a fact-based American drama about Bryon Widner, a skinhead who underwent dozens of operations to remove tattoos from all over his body after he left the white supremacist movement.
In 'Ziara,' featuring local and international artists brought together by their shared roots, curator Amit Hai Cohen aims to harness the force of the 'global social network' of Moroccan-ness to show the modern face of this North African culture