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Choosing Life

After giving birth to a stillborn baby, finding comfort in Jewish ritual and scripture

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Birth Control

In this week’s ‘Daf Yomi,’ Talmudic rabbis debate if a miscarriage causes religious impurity and discuss what to do when a woman discharges a fetus that resembles a fish

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‘Achi’

A wild journey led two Orthodox brothers from the Bronx to a new life, a new homeland, a new lord, and—above all—each other

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Tucker Carlson’s New Crush

The Fox News host goes full anti-Semite in his latest rant, a love letter to Henry Ford

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Red Yellow Journalism

When it comes to covering Jeremy Corbyn and anti-Semitism, mainstream outlets are having a hard time telling the truth

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The New Journalism

When the media turns everything into Russiagate, anyone can be guilty

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The Silent Bride

An excerpt from the late Ronit Matalon’s newly translated novel, ‘And the Bride Closed the Door’

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Lucy Dawidowicz, the Yiddish Eagle of the Bronx

The strong-willed scholar of Jewish life and history died 29 years ago today

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Ofra, the Mayflower of the Settlements

The author of ‘The Hilltop’ revisits the lands and people Amos Oz confronted in the early 1980s to see how far the West Bank settlements have come, and where they are headed