Mentalist Oz Pearlman stuns with Einstein prediction

Kelly Ripa was speechless, and Ryan Seacrest dropped his microphone in disbelief. See the trick everyone is talking about.

Company to provide shock-absorbing wheelchairs for U.S. veterans

The chairs ease users over rough terrain, ensuring better performance and a smoother ride.

New and fun foods we discovered at the Summer Fancy Food Show

These fascinating products could be in your pantry soon.

Can pretending to be Einstein actually make you smarter?

Scientists made a virtual reality Einstein body to see if it changed people's intelligence.

Here’s what face you search for when you look into a crowd

Scientists set out to figure out what we notice, and it reveals something about what's important to us.

How to incorporate falafel into every meal

If you're not satisfied with the simple street food version, check out these super-creative variations of falafel from our resident chefs.

Six degrees of Natalie Portman: Are you up to the challenge?

From her early films to later roles, try and connect the dots through Hollywood to one of its most iconic stars. -

Episode 8: Israel Hershkovitz, archaeologist at Tel Aviv University

What's it like being a real-life Indiana Jones? Plus: Why we have Israel to thank for our pet dogs.

Get your sticks ready: The World Lacrosse Championships are gearing up

It's the first time Israel has hosted the international tournament.

4-ingredient sunbutter chocolate bars (gluten-free)

These all-natural homemade chocolate bars are a guilt-free treat for you and the kids.

Is it smart to fry food in olive oil?

I've heard both sides of the argument, and I'm determined to find the answer once and for all.

Wonder Woman surprises children's hospital patients in Virginia

Gal Gadot, in the D.C. area filming the sequel to her blockbuster 2017 film, donned her iconic costume while making sick kids cheer.

Mukimame and za'atar patties

These gorgeous green soybean patties make a fabulous meal with a side of tahini and Israeli salad.

This hidden bias might be why you're not getting ahead at work

Men are more likely to be called by their last names than women. A new study says that could be holding women back.

Check out this show-stopping line at Paris fashion week

Israeli fashion designer Galia Lahav has done it again with the help of her former student and current employee, Sharon Sever.