Daniel is an American journalist in the Middle East. He reports for The World, the Associated Press and other media.
A program for gifted 10th-graders teaches them coding, encryption and how to defend a computer network against hacking. Many of the students will end up in Israel's equivalent of the NSA.
The Israeli press was raising questions about Ivanka Trump's conversion to Judaism. Then, after the US election, Israel's rabbinical authorities changed the rules.
Who invented the alphabet? Here’s a maverick theory.
A team of archeologists just uncovered hidden layers of a tomb in Jerusalem that's revered as the burial place of Jesus.
Germany's struggle to integrate more than a million Middle Eastern refugees and asylum seekers has led to some drama at the pool.