An ancient wine cellar in Israel is proving early Canaanites had a taste for the good stuff.
As we celebrate Israeli independence this year, take a moment to look back at just how far Israel has come.
On May 13, 1939 the St. Louis set sail for Havana with more than 900 Jewish refugees, who all possessed landing certificates for Cuba.
Yad Vashem is sharing the story of a last will and testament written by a Jewish concentration camp prisoner, on the anniversary of the mournful occasion.
Two wine presses that date back some 1,500 years were discovered in the southern Israeli city of Netivot.
A rare scrap of fabric holds a vital clue to the origins of biblical dye known as techelet.
Israeli researchers say early humans liked to eat young elephants.
French President Francois Hollande landed in Israel yesterday, using a sizable portion of the state visit to tour the Jewish state’s Holocaust memorial.
"The Lady in Number 6," a documentary following the world’s oldest Holocaust survivor, is on the shortlist for an Oscar nomination.
The Iron Dome is a platform designed to intercept rockets--only a few years old, and made possible thanks to $200 million in defense funds from the US.