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'At last religious society is opening its eyes'
Gently breaking taboos, a settlement bloc moves gingerly toward LGBT acceptance
In first gathering of its kind in a religious community on either side of Green Line, Efrat event takes unambiguous stance against notion that homosexuality is a matter of choice
Over 250,000 revelers flood Tel Aviv for Israel’s biggest ever Gay Pride parade
Secretive firm boasts of covert skills, legality, discretion
Israeli firm under FBI scrutiny in Trump probe allegedly targeted BDS activists
Psy-Group, a mysterious Israeli company that is reportedly being investigated by the FBI in connection with Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into alleged illegal interference in the 2016 US presidential election, was also involved in covert anti-BDS efforts, according to a lawsuit against the company and multiple...
US envoy to reporters: ‘Keep your mouths shut’ on criticizing Israel over Gaza
David Friedman says the media should either figure out how anyone could have better dealt with the border protests or stop its negative coverage of the Jewish state
Despite embassy relocation, Trump signs presidential waiver
Israel will not leave the Golan Heights
Obama: 'Dealing with Bibi is like dealing with Republicans'
In new memoir, ex-Obama aide bemoans a manipulative Netanyahu ‘not on the level’
WASHINGTON -- At no point was former president Barack Obama more "annoyed" in his eight years in office than before his address to AIPAC's annual policy conference in 2012, right in the middle of his re-election campaign. The event came one year after Obama had given his speech...
Billionaire George Soros tosses well-monied hat into Brexit ring
As kite-set fires engulf the south, foresters fight to ‘save every tree’
Video by Luke Tress
More than 17,500 dunams burned in Gaza periphery, majority in parks and conservation areas, destroying groves planted decades ago
Desalination isn’t the magic bullet, Water Authority warns Israelis
In Ramadan tour of Kafr Qara, guide says it’s a bittersweet life for Arab women
Social activist Amna Kanana upholds conservative Muslim values and traditions -- while pushing for women to have careers and status before marriage
Yossi Klein Halevi’s moral dilemma
Jerold S. Auerbach
An eroding history
From other end of world, group races to preserve Middle East’s Jewish heritage
In rare move, private rabbinical court sets ‘chained’ woman free after 23 years
'Tzviya Gorodetsky has suffered enough,' says ruling by panel headed by Rabbi Daniel Sperber, dissolving nuptials; decision unrecognized by rabbinate
Could the Haredim snatch Jerusalem mayorship from sparring Likud hawks?
NBA player Omri Casspi invests in gut analysis startup for better diet
DayTwo's app told the basketball star what to eat before a game, and now he's convinced that millions can be helped by custom nutrition recommendations based on bacteria profiling
Oh the humanity: Hebrew U conference ponders our brains and robots who can learn
Tel Aviv highway tries out smart road studs to alert for hazards, traffic
Are Tel Avivians actually vegan, or do they just really like vegetables?
The heart of the Vegan Nation has more vegan restaurant patrons than actual vegans, and the jury's still out whether it's a trend or a way of life that's here to stay
Tahini is all over Tel Aviv, from the raw to the cooked
Upstart carbon dating study could force rewrite of Holy Land’s biblical timeline
Cornell University prof shows how archaeologists' data could be skewed by decades -- potentially disproving the narrative of David and Solomon's United Monarchy
They work for peanuts
Blind, bucktoothed mole-rats just might be archaeologists’ new best friends
After Bourdain and Spade, a reminder: Our brains can f&ck with us
Know why most therapy sessions are 50 minutes long? Because that way there's a 10 minute window for one patient to leave before the other patient comes. Or at least that's what my therapist told me when I used to be that patient -- back when I rode in circles on my purple bicycle around the kibbutz -- little blonde hamster in a spinning wheel that never ended until I made it stop myself.L Actually I didn't stop. I crashed. I wasn't sleeping, I wasn't eating. I was spinning round and round. And...
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