Paraplegics closer to regaining mobility with ReWalk Robotics

ReWalk's innovative exoskeleton can return mobility to people suffering from spinal cord injuries.

Israeli cuisine finds an unexpected home in Harlem

Powerhouse couple Abdel and Sivan Baron Ouedraogo open Israeli cafe and music lounge to bring people together.

Jewelry company creates trade school to embrace new immigrants

Organization offers students free schooling, stipend and more to help them out of the cycle of poverty.

Have you ever seen a 3-jet waterfall?

A tri-stream waterfall is a peculiar site in northern Israel.

10 things you didn't know about the hoopoe

Israel's national bird may appear to be all fluff, but it's certainly got spunk.

Heat stroke more life-threatening for runners than previously thought, study says

Cardiologists at Tel Aviv University made an unexpected discovery while studying athletes.

HopOn app aims to simplify public transportation

New transportation app is saving commuters and transportation companies time and money

Jaffa like you've never seen it

This gorgeous long-exposure photograph highlights the colorful beauty of a Jaffa sunset.

Around the world in a coffee cup: What to try where

Whether peppery or sweet, these coffee drinks reflect a wide variety of hot and cool tastes. Next time you travel, be sure to give one a try.

Lagoons, rocky coastline and marine life: Explore Achziv National Park

This coastline park offers marine adventures for visitors and wildlife alike.

​7 scene-stealing actors to keep your eye on

From TV to movies, these breakout thespians are thrilling audiences from the spotlight.

Bike-sharing trend shifts into high gear

Cities around the world rent bicycles to tourists and locals on a short-term basis.

Familiar songs may help prompt Alzheimer’s patients to speak

Study finds that music therapy helps spark memories, gets patients communicating.

Urban farming ecosystem provides organic food with zero waste

This off-grid ecosystem grows organic, pure, and natural fish and vegetables with soil or electricity.

No cord on board: Cadillac rolls out wireless chargers

Charging stations from Israeli-based Powermat will be available in 2015 models of Cadillac's ATS and Escalade.