Dr. Jeffrey M. Hausdorff is fulfilling a lifelong dream.
18 years after a series of deadly terror attacks, a unique quilt stitches together broken hearts.
On the milestones you cherished and the memories you loved most - for the State of Israel.
An inside look into the Israeli field hospital that is saving Syrian lives.
An incredible encounter with the prime minister is the reason my family and I moved to Israel.
Thousands of passionate volunteers are saving people’s lives with their motorcycles. Meet the Israeli who started United Hatzalah.
Hamas leader seeks medical care for granddaughter in the Jewish state he hopes to destroy.
Meet Yossi Leshem, a boy who loved birds and grew up to change the world.
Yossi Vardi’s astounding success came through his failures.
Nineteen years ago Nachshon Wachsman was kidnapped by Hamas terrorists.
A new exhibit pays homage to Israeli ingenuity.
Nobody asks permission to kill. We do not ask permission to save lives.
Muslims can speak more freely in Israel than in Egypt, Jordan and the PA.
Why we're leaving our great life in North America and moving to Israel.
After nearly losing their lives protecting the Jewish nation, injured Israeli soldiers are helping other injured soldiers.
Spending three days with non-religious Israelis, I discovered surprising things about them, and myself.
Israel’s sense of historical importance is palpable. The U.S. would do well to emulate it.
An exclusive interview with the head of emergency medicine at Mass. General, and the Israeli doctor who trained them.
A video for Israel Memorial Day.
My summer with Israeli soldiers confronted my fear of living.
With gratitude to the young men who fought for our freedom.
From soldiers on skis to Israeli cowboys, a family of olim discovers hidden Israel.
Critically wounded by Hezbollah terrorists, Asael Lubotzky dramatically transforms from victim to healer.
When an Arab terrorist tried to kill Yael Mitzafon, she had three choices: fight, flight or freeze. She fought.
Israel displays leadership in innovative agricultural technologies.
The tragic yet inspiring story of the 35 heroes of Gush Etzion.
Answering the perplexing question: Why we moved to Israel.
I worked 20 hours a day as a soldier in the IDF, providing goods and services to civilians in Gaza.
It’s rolling out from Israel and ready to conquer the world.
An Israel trip for college students that shows the Israeli hi-tech start-up culture – up close and personal.
I will never forget that moment of eerie silence – the silence of those who were dead in every seat around me.
Fortunately they were able to painstakingly put the pieces of their lives back together.
Israel isn’t perfect, but it’s working hard to implement the Jewish ideal of repairing the world.
Modern Israeli inventions are giving handicapped people new hope.
Somehow we always know how to seek Jerusalem, whether it's by Babylon's rivers or the Hudson.