Natalie Portman burns her mouth for the planet

She made a documentary about factory farms and told us about it while eating painfully spicy wings.

Why Chris Pine's return could be good (and bad) news for Wonder Woman

There may be more to his beloved character's role in 'Wonder Woman 1984' than we first believed.

Online therapy firm teams up with Michael Phelps to break the stigma of mental illness

The Olympic gold medalist swimmer is the new face of Talkspace, a startup that makes therapy affordable and accessible to millions of people.

10 of Israel’s most beautiful people

From Gal Gadot to Michael Lewis, these stunning Israelis will catch your eye and win your heart.

Everything we know about 'The Last of Us Part II' video game

A sequel to the 2013 hit horror-thriller is on the horizon. Here are all the rumors and hints we've discovered about one of gaming's most anticipated sequels.

Scientists invent way to put a real soccer match on your desk

The World Cup may soon make the leap from your television and onto the dining room table.

Episode 4: Eran Ben-Elia, professor of parking

At a high-tech lab in Israel, he may have just discovered the answer to every commuter's biggest problems: traffic and parking.

Who made Beyonce's wedding renewal dress?

Spoiler: it's Israeli designer Galia Lahav.

How to make natural food coloring at home

Try your hand at colorful food dyes without buying the expensive stuff.

Behind the scenes: 'The Band’s Visit’s' big night at the Tony’s

Broadway smash wins 10 awards, including Best Musical.

Mole rats are uncovering your ancient history

The fuzzy critters are now being used by some archaeologists on digs.

'Star Wars' producer: Upcoming trilogy will feature 'all new characters'

In an exclusive interview, Ram Bergman also reveals that he'd love to film the sci-fi thriller in his native Israel.

Iced coffee bars

Assemble a mouth-watering, cool and refreshing layered coffee dessert in just minutes.

Episode 3: Karni Ziv, Israeli television producer

With popular shows like 'Homeland' and 'Fauda' coming out of Israel, Karni Ziv pulls back the curtain on why so many American TV networks are looking to her for the next big hit.

Where Einstein found peace and serenity

The Nobel Prize winner called this experience 'an excellent opportunity for maximum calm and reflection.'