It's a rare love story that breaks so many boundaries in the Middle East. An Israeli and a Palestinian fought physical barriers in traveling between Jerusalem and the West Bank. They fought the Israeli-Arab cultural barriers. And they fought the social barriers of being gay.
Israel's first BrainTech conference in Tel Aviv is aimed at making Israel a neuroscience products center. One tactic: It awarded a $1 million prize and a bronze brain to a Brown University team using brain waves to move artificial limbs.
Aides to Israel's PM are working on a new plan to recruit college students to spread the government's message. The online public diplomacy would be conducted by about 550 kids, who wouldn't be required to identify themselves as working for the government.
The military takeover and unrest in Egypt is being followed especially closely by next door neighbor, Israel. Anchor Marco Werman finds out how Israel has reacted to the ongoing crisis from reporter Daniel Estrin in Tel Aviv.
Israel has quietly begun repatriating hundreds of Sudanese immigrants in recent months. The move raises questions about the migrants' legal status in Israel and possible dangers they face back home in Sudan.
Israeli Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu compared the killings in Newtown, CT to other terror attacks on Israeli civilians. Reporter Daniel Estrin speaks with Marco Werman about how the school shooting resonates with Israelis.
A rocket fired from Gaza killed an Israeli soldier on Tuesday. It was the first confirmed casualty from the Israeli military. Reporter Daniel Estrin is in Jerusalem and he tells anchor Marco Werman about the mood there.
Correspondent Daniel Estrin reports on a heavy metal band Orphaned Land based in Tel Aviv whose music is providing a soundtrack for social change as young Egyptians rally for democracy across the Middle East.
One of the frustrations driving some of the protestors in Egypt is unemployment and low wages. One repercussion is that in Egypt today, many young people can't afford to get married and set up a home. Daniel Estrin reports from Cairo.
A Hebrew expression that describes "the exclusion of women", is a phrase that few Israelis would have heard a few months ago. Now, it's become a household expression after Orthodox Jewish soldiers refused to attend an events that involved women.
For years the Arab world was inspired by scenes of the Palestinian intifada. But now many in the West Bank say it's unlikely that Palestinians will be inspired to protest by the waves of unrest sweeping the Arab world. Daniel Estrin reports from Ramalla
At the UN's General Assembly, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used a chart drawn in the shape of a fuse-bomb and sectioned according to various stages of uranium enrichment, to make his point against the danger of Iran's nuclear program.
Hamas' public execution of suspected Israeli spies sent a clear message: If you work with Israel, you'll pay the steepest possible price. But the killings come after top commanders died in Israeli airstrikes, which could mean that the group is deeply vulnerable to Israeli intelligence.