Election Special
As the evening progresses, the drip, drip of bad news turns into a deluge

By Omri Nahmias

Election Special
It’s hard to pinpoint a particular moment when the winds begin to change, but in hindsight I’d say it was when the faces on the screen at the Javits Center started to show alarm, ...

By Yisroel Besser

Election Special
The scales of the court have tilted from the conservative to the liberal side, and the shift has been noticeable.

By Binyamin Rose

Election Special
The country has seen some scurrilous campaigning before, arguably even worse than that of 2016. In each case, the nation and the democratic process survived

By Yisrael Rutman

Election Special
With already unaffordable healthcare premiums set to rise 25% or more, it’s no wonder the future of Obamacare became a hot-button campaign issue this election.

By Binyamin Rose

Election Special
Trump’s victory raises more questions than it answers, but the first one is: how did the pollsters get it so wrong?

By Binyamin Rose

Jewish Geography
All along, the skeptics vastly outnumbered the believers, but when Donald Trump declared, “We’re gonna win. We’re gonna win ...

By Binyamin Rose

Point of View
The difference was that Avraham asked questions

By Rabbi Moshe Grylak zt"l

Connect Two

By D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer

Magazine Feature
Do you rue the fact that your house only looks good for two minutes after candle lighting? Meet Marla Cilley, aka Fl ...

By Riki Goldstein

Real Life
She’d passed on shiurim, begged off friends’ invitations, wrapping herself in the new threads of marriage, tight to choking. ...

By Nechama Elbaz

Free Fall
At the hotel for Shabbos, Annie tells her father about the telegram announcing Bella’s death and the need to find a ...

By Miriam Stark Zakon

We need to understand our own true motives,

By Miriam Aflalo

Mesorah Quest
Did a crypto-Jewish community in Uruguay date back to the 1700s? Today a dwindling modern community led by dedicated rabbi ...

By Ari Greenspan and Ari Z. Zivotofsky