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Episode 17: Daniella Rudoff, professional matchmaker and relationship coach

An expert on finding the perfect mate, staying in a healthy relationship and which pitfalls to avoid.

Kim Kardashian and Bar Refaeli team up for eyewear company

The reality star will be the face of Carolina Lemke, a sunglasses brand part-owned by the Israeli model.

Alber Elbaz throws epic, candy-coated bash to kick off Fashion Week

Pink fortune cookies, chandeliers filled with vodka and pointy hats. It can only be #NYFW.

You cannot tell a lie – in your non-native language

A new study finds that people are more likely to be honest when they're speaking a foreign language.

U.S. Open performance helps Israel's top-ranked female tennis star's push for stardom

Once ranked 79th in the world, the 28-year-old Julia Glushko is staging a comeback.

Episode 14: Dan Ariely, world-renowned social scientist

The Duke University professor is a leading expert on the most basic of human endeavors – decision-making. So how did he decide to answer our questions?

Leave the designer purse at home: Modesty is best when it comes to making friends

A new study says flashy cars, clothes and other items actually repel people rather than attract them.

Episode 13: Tal Ben-Shahar, professor of Harvard's most popular course

His classes on positive psychology and happiness packed in more than 1,000 students.

For the first time, an Israeli is crowned European Champion

Lonah Chemtai Salpeter wins the 10,000-meter race and the country's first ever gold medal at the European Athletic Championships.

Thanks to Israeli tech, your Tommy Hilfiger jeans are going back to the future

It looks like a simple label sewn into your '90s-style pants, but it's actually a chip that unlocks a world of rewards.

Would you wear this 2,200-year-old hoop earring out today?

Archaeologists discovered the rare gold jewelry while digging up a parking lot in Israel.

Is it better to give advice or receive it? Science has a surprising answer

The very act of giving the advice makes the giver feel powerful and confident, an effect the predictors of behavior didn’t account for.

Archaeologists discover an ancient work space that mirrors today's startups

Complex includes a pottery workshop, a game room and spa just like to today's Google offices.

While building a museum for ancient mosaics, archaeologists unearth yet another mosaic

1,700-year-old floor was part of Roman-era mega-mansion.

Everything you need to know about the International Children's Games

This massive gathering of young athletes is happening in Israel for the first time this year.