7 Things to Look for in Israel’s ‘Do-Over’ Elections
Some of the more important things to look for in Israel's 'redo' elections, and their consequences going forward.
Mayim Bialik to Write and Direct Her First Feature Film
Bialik plans to write and direct the film 'As Sick As They Made Us,' which will deal with mental illness.
Jewish Agencies in Florida Prepare for Hurricane Dorian
Effects of Hurricane Dorian will be felt in Florida, then in Georgia and both North and South Carolina.
Ashkenazi Jewish Women Should Be Screened for Cancer Genes
One in 40 Ashkenazi Jews have a BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation, compared with one in 300 people in the general population, according to studies.
The Miss Universe Pageant Could Be Coming to Israel Soon
Representatives of the Miss Universe Organization have met with Israeli producers in New York and have secretly visited Israel to look into staging a pageant there.
Two Mass Shootings Leave at Least 29 Dead in 13 Hours
The shootings occurred at a Walmart shopping center in El Paso Texas, and in Dayton, Ohio, near a popular entertainment area.
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s Longest-Serving Prime Minister
Netanyahu, 69, on Saturday surpassed the number of days as prime minister held by David Ben-Gurion, the country’s first prime minister.