Encouraging ‘expansive thinking’ primes young minds to think creatively, says a Tel Aviv University psychologist.
Jewish, Muslim and Christian kids leave illness at the door when they come to Jordan River Village for a free week of medically supervised activities.
A new Israeli study shows that professional reporters can’t be beat for the job of getting out a daily newspaper.
A cooperative triangle involving Jordan, Israel and the US turns its attention to producing alternative fuels for the two Mideast neighbors.
This year’s Cycling for Peace group bike ride had a star celebrity – Gilad Shalit – and was joined by a record number of Arab Israeli citizens.
A futuristic Israeli medical device enabled a British paraplegic to walk the entire route of the 2012 London Marathon.
Israeli experts are part of a team studying a South African cave thought to be the earliest example of a place used for cooking and maybe socializing.
USAID awards a three-year grant to a Bedouin professor’s peace-building project between Israeli and Palestinian human-services providers.
There’s nothing else quite like Jerusalem’s Yad Hamoreh, where children with severe to moderate autism are integrated into a mainstream public school.
Teenagers from a Bedouin community challenge norms with their unique take on a comic masterpiece.