Israeli woman offers humanitarian aid across the globe

Gal Lusky and her Israeli Flying Aid organization helps save lives after disasters.

How a solar eclipse proved that Einstein was right

100 years ago this month, the theory of relativity was confirmed, and Einstein became famous overnight.

Amazing photos of the world's longest salt cave

Adventurers from France, Germany and Bulgaria helped uncover and map the cave in Israel.

Starlings create breathtaking formations over Israeli valley

It's quite a sight to behold when these birds get together.

Device that makes water out of air could be in your kitchen soon

The company has also invented a faucet for your car's cup holder.

Breakthrough discovery: Supermassive black holes go on star-swallowing binges

'These giants have a way of eating fast,' said one astrophysicist.

Flowers can actually hear buzzing bees and human voices

Israeli researchers discover how plants surprisingly respond to certain sounds.

Man turns his living room into a wildlife sanctuary

Avihu Sherwood tends to nearly 3,500 animals each year.

In California wildfire aftermath, Israeli aid groups rush in

IsraAid gears up to help survivors following one of the deadliest fires in U.S. history, hoping to 'promote community resilience.'

Episode 21: Inna Braverman, named one of the most influential women of the 21st century

Having survived the Chernobyl disaster, Inna Braverman set her sights on reinventing the energy industry.

2,000-year-old inscription is earliest-ever spelling of Jerusalem

Rare artifact going on display for public to see.

Globetrotting humanitarians arrive in North Carolina, Indonesia and the Philippines

It's been a busy time for IsraAid, which has responded to hurricanes, tsunamis and typhoons in recent weeks.

Why this has been a big week for the search for aliens

Space archaeology, radio signals from the far reaches of the universe and much more made headlines.

Conservation program serves as lifeline for rhinos

Israel's rhino herd is the largest of 78 participating zoos in Europe.

Stanford researchers discover a 13,000-year-old beer brewery in Israel

And the taste? More like thin oatmeal than the crisp, refreshing brews we enjoy today.