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New technology lets paralyzed users live hands-free

Sesame Enable gives users the ability to flip through e-books, make calls and surf the web with only their heads.

Take a bite out of Israeli agriculture

Salad Trail shows that it’s possible to grow produce in even the driest climates.

Turkey challah? Popular bread takes many shapes

If challah French toast is your starchy Sunday staple, take a look at these unique twists (literally) on the beloved bread.

Don’t you wish you could fly somewhere warm?

This time of year in Israel 500 million birds representing 530 species fly overhead. Take a look at the merry migration. No binoculars necessary.

Israel becomes first country to ban 'revenge porn'

Posting graphic pictures of people without their permission could be punishable by jail time.

Israel and neighbor Jordan team up to save the Dead Sea

Israel and Jordan are creating a water-sharing initiative that will help prevent the Dead Sea from evaporating, which could happen by 2050 without action.

Intricate eyelid art gets Katy Perry's attention

Israeli artist Tal Peleg creates a new makeup movement, and the photos will blow your mind

App developer starts movement to unplug from our machines

A nonprofit social project was designed to raise awareness of our digital dependence.

Archaeologists discover wine cellar that dates back nearly four millennia

Found near ancient banquet hall, wine stash equivalent to 3,000 bottles.

Israel sets global example in animal welfare

Legislation against cosmetics tested on animals leads the way for other nations and the scientific community.

Israeli artist creates beauty from germs

Israeli artist Nurit Bar-Shai creates abstract portraits using close-up images of petri dishes.

8 awesome photos from Israel's rare snow day

Thought the “Polar Vortex” was crazy? Israel has had some seriously freaky weather too, but that didn’t keep these people indoors.

Gal Gadot is no ordinary 'Wonder Woman'

Hollywood's new Warrior Princess hails from Israel.

Brooklyn accountant opens Israel's first microbrewery

Israel's first microbrewery, the Dancing Camel, was opened by a New Yorker who chased his beer-making dreams all the way to Israel.

Website helps international travelers find home-cooked meals

EatWith connects tourists with local host families for a memorable dining experience.