Couldn't happen to a nicer gal? Goes without saying, except that the irony of her lament is escaping the talented but, alas, humorless Nini.
The U.S. National Archives is now displaying 24 out of 2,700 Jewish books and ancient documents that were recovered in the basement of the Iraqi...
The images will be displayed at the Knesset over the next two weeks, and then travel around the world in 2017, providing people everywhere with the opportunity to celebrate 50 years of a unified Jerusalem.
Also on Saturday night, a contingency of 5,000 police and IDF will be manning all the traffic arteries leading to Miron, in perimeter security circuits and at the compound itself.
Oscar Ghez Collection’s pieces, produced by 18 persecuted Jewish artists from France and revived by University of Haifa students, are featured in newly launched museum exhibit.
An extremely rare sarcophagus has been uncovered at a building site in Ashkelon.
Donald Trump is about to become the very first US president who has halachically Jewish grandchildren (the Clintons' son-in-law is Jewish, too, but that's just not good enough for Jewish law).
"They don’t just come to tour and see the sites, but they actually perform their material to audiences for an important cause.”
Israelis and tourists from all over the country and abroad are in Tel Aviv this week to celebrate water sports.
Monty Hall's wife since 1947, Marilyn Hall, died on June 5, 2017, in their home in Beverly Hills.
Three generations of the Günzburg family amassed one of the largest private collections of Hebrew books and manuscripts in Europe.
Viewers join comedian Brad Stine on a journey in search of truth that takes him across the US and Israel.
'Our aim in this photo challenge is to uncover forgotten memories and get an exciting encounter of Jerusalem’s history in a frame.'
Fans have been so enthusiastic, Starr added another show a day after his June 24 performance sold out.
20,000 fans heard Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett sing together at Park HaYarkon in Tel Aviv on Saturday night.
Seventy-three years after Avraham Stern (Yair) was killed by British detectives, a new English-language play is bringing Stern’s ideas and poetry to the stage.