What my preschooler’s taste in Mizrahi pop says about where the country is at
A three-point guide to blocking out BDS, SJP, and other evils on campus
It took more than 20 years and 500 driving lessons—and some prayer—before I got comfortable behind the wheel
Here are the statistics—about relationships, Israel, religion and volunteering—that stand out
How history lost Judah P. Benjamin, the most prominent American Jew of the 19th century
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Rosh Hashanah in New Orleans, five years after Hurricane Katrina
The Ossining, New York, native will face former world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki in the opening round at Flushing Meadows—and she’s ready to rock
Thinking of hitting the trail before summer’s out? Here’s a guide on how to celebrate your faith while pitching a tent on Shabbat.
Rayanne from ‘My So-Called Life’ has gone from a wild-child punk rocker to living in a castle, proving that a Jewish girl can break into the English nobility
Our inspiring and heartbreaking coverage of the aftermath of one of the most destructive natural disasters in U.S. history
What does a rabbi do in late August when he no longer needs to prep for High Holidays?
Like many Jews, the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author comes from a family that was persecuted and that migrated. She continues to help people fleeing violence and hopelessness.
Bafflement: a reasonable response to a barbarian upsurge
Which does more good: changing hearts or changing laws? And what role does mass protest play in creating that change? In a back room, the presidential candidate debated an activist, but also her former ‘Goldwater Girl’ self.
How an 18-year-old Palestinian prodigy came to train his lens on last summer’s Israel-Hamas hostilities, which ended one year ago today
In a compelling new memoir, ‘Reading Claudius,’ Caroline Heller goes in search of her formidable uncle Erich, whose WWII legacy still haunts his descendants