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Actor Jamie Bell portrays the real-life racist who finds repentance and salvation.
Impossible Foods co-founder Tal Ronnen sees the company expanding to fish and dairy products as well.
Israeli filmmaker Avi Belkin got unprecedented access to the CBS archives for the revealing and intimate portrait of the man we thought we knew.
100 years ago this week, Einstein needed a cheap place to crash in Europe. You'll never guess who's house he stayed at.
'A supportive environment is like wind under our wings,' says one exec.
Young urban travelers see it as a fun and inexpensive way to see the world.
From a movie about the inventor of Wi-Fi to a Netflix action thriller, buckle up for a barrage of projects from the Israeli actress.
Gov. Cuomo traveled to the Mediterranean country for help fixing the beleaguered MTA.
When Nikolaj Coster-Waldau called Shahar Efraim, he had no idea a superfan would come to his rescue.
David 'Dush' Barashi is offering more than smiles on his rounds at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem.
She's authored books, performed in a ballet and took piano lessons from a chicken. And that's just the beginning.
The 50th edition of the competition takes place in Tel Aviv this July. Test your IQ with some sample questions.
The coastal Israeli city of Netanya offers breathtaking views ... and a beach elevator.
Harvard grad's startup is hoping a gene editing tool will be the 'holy grail' of the egg industry.
Israeli teens travel from Rwanda to Uganda to set up Spirulina labs.