Users of anonymous secret-sharing app Whisper share what they were really atoning for this Yom Kippur.
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For Israeli comic Gadi Wilcherski, 4.20 meant an early wake-and-bake before some good ol' fashioned civil disobedience.
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Now that the latest round of violence in the Middle East is over, it's time to put those IDF issue gas masks to use.
When New York Times writer Dave Itzkoff was 8, two things happened: He successfully lobbied to never go to Hebrew School again and he learned his father was a cocaine addict. Heeb sat down with Dave to talk about his new book, Alf and his father's circumcision.
Yet another blow to Israeli-Arab relations: Afghanistan’s opium poppy production, responsible for 90 percent of the world's supply, has fallen this year due to bad weather, a rise in alternative (read: not drug...