How an Israeli school was a magnet for Amazon choosing New York

Cornell Tech's Roosevelt Island campus will supply the talent for the retail giant's new headquarters.

Looking for the best Mediterranean food in Israel? Make it yourself

A self-made meal at Te’amim cooking school beats five-star restaurants, hands down.

7 predictions for 'Game of Thrones' season 8

Who will make it to see the end of the great game? We read the tea leaves on the final season of HBO's epic fantasy series.

My tour of one of the world's best hotels

With world-class amenities and breathtaking architecture, The Norman in Tel Aviv is a destination unto itself.

Clowns on a mission: Making wishes come true for sick children

On a shoestring budget, 100 clowns in Israel have jumped into action.

New sugar substitute may be sweet news for diabetics

Tel Aviv company has created a product that is several thousand times as sweet as sugar, and healthy to digest.

Promoting a culture of kindness, one dance at a time

Orly Wahba has become the queen of nice at a time when the world needs her most.

Apple cider granola bars

Apple cider flavored fruit bits from the shuk give these chewy granola bars fabulous flavor.

By going 'furless,' young designer attracts fashion's biggest stars

20-year-old Maya Reik's faux fur collection is making moves in Hollywood, and it's turning the young Israeli into a fashion heavyweight.

Harvard physicist: An alien spaceship might've flown by earth

Dr. Avi Loeb says it's possible that it may have been a ship on a reconnaissance mission.

Omri Casspi becomes first Israeli player to receive NBA championship ring

He returned to the Golden State Warriors arena to accept the honor.

Step inside Tishbi, where the wine – and chocolate – are flowing

Tishbi is a family-owned vineyard that produces more than a million bottles a year. But it's so much more than a winery.

Yogis from around the world travel to Israel's scenic wilderness for festival

Hundreds gathered for annual event, which offered stunning views of the local landscape.

Can a potato chip bag reveal your last conversation?

A team of scientists at MIT, Microsoft and Adobe​ have figured out a way to turn everyday objects into visual microphones.

Cars fueled (mostly) by water unveiled

A new startup is just the latest Israeli firm attempting to reinvent the auto industry.