A boychik abandoning his grandmother’s ancient tradition for a new and exciting life outside the fold? Philip Roth could’ve written that story.
A retrospective of the films of the French philosopher shows a man of action with a big heart
New criminal-justice reforms combined with restrictive gun laws are making it impossible for Jews to be safe in New York
Twitter-fueled partisan insanity is preventing society from keeping Jews safe—at exactly the moment it’s most needed
The Fox News host goes full anti-Semite in his latest rant, a love letter to Henry Ford
His campaign to hold Libya accountable for the attack on Pan Am Flight 103 resulted in a massive settlement—and a shift in attitudes toward terror-supporting states
Debunking the latest claptrap on American policy and Israeli settlements
And whether the damage can be undone
But being right in Washington has a price
If Israel wants to capture the hearts and minds of young American Jews (and their parents), here’s how
Taika Waititi’s new film is a masterpiece
From poetry to art history, this short and free booklet has everything you need to put you in the mood for repentance
‘Sin•a•gogue,’ a new book about sin and failure in Judaism, is precisely the guide we need in these troubled times
The Arab party made history when it endorsed a Jewish candidate for Israel’s prime minister. Sadly, it is still a haven for terrorism supporters.
Five takeaways to ponder as we wait for the game of political Jenga to begin
How the drive to censor everything and everyone is bringing about a new renaissance
Just because Trump said it doesn’t mean it’s not true: The Democratic Party is becoming unsalvageable
Israel’s decision to bar Tlaib and Omar from visiting may not be wise, but all talk of violation of democratic norms is moronic
Let’s start understanding the disintegrative effects of soulless techno-capitalism, beginning with call centers
The tragedy of the Lakota, an indigenous people crushed and deprived of land and liberty, unable even to grieve their own tragedy, was once the Jewish story, too
It turns out American journalism’s bias against Israel wasn’t an isolated tic. It was the first step in a decline of how everything is covered.
Those accusing the Jewish state of systemic racism have little to say about the orchestrated and massively successful efforts of the past decade
What are intellectuals for, anyway?
A new book makes the case that the American worldview has always been rooted in the Five Books of Moses
A parade of diverse people—poets and politicians, generals and physicians, God-fearing and disbelievers—turned to the Lubavitcher Rebbe for guidance. Why?
A new documentary sheds light on how factory farming is poisoning us, and how an unlikely coalition of citizens is fighting back
The day the Ivy League went full-on social media
A new video mini-series captures the author’s conversation with an Al-Quds university professor who took his students to Auschwitz
Ted Cruz joins with Tim Kaine to speak hard truths about the past and the present