A year after his passing, Rav Moshe Shapira ztz”l’s talmidim are using the emunah tools he instilled to navigate their own loss

By Yisroel Besser

On Site
Jackie Spivack showed his strength from the time he was born with a challenging handicap. Following two successful careers, he reinvented himself as a master binder

By Margie Pensak

Washington Wrap
Agenda 2018: New year, new goals for President Trump

By Omri Nahmias

Global View
How Obama gave a free pass to Hezbollah’s narco-terror nexus

By Gershon Burstyn

Inside Israel
Program to boost chareidi employment runs aground on the rocks of bureaucracy

By Tzippy Yarom

Metro & Beyond
Mahwah’s anti-Semitic ban is gone, but undercurrent of bias remains

By Jacob Kornbluh

The Current
“As far as international opinion goes, it’s totally different from 2006. Many Arabs would be more than happy if Israel were to destroy Hezbollah”

By Gedalia Guttentag

“What do you mean, declare bankruptcy?” I asked in horror. “That’ll destroy our credit rating! And who knows what other headaches we’ll have because of it?!”

By C. Saphir

Normal Like Me
How did Sara’le always manage to spoil everything? And in such original ways

By Ruti Kepler

Real Life
Perhaps they’ll think she got in through a window.… Perhaps they won’t notice she slept at home. Perhaps… they’ll think ...

By Zahava Goldstein

We all want to be perfect already

By Rebbetzin Suri Gibber

My parents were very gentle: “It’s great that you love it, but maybe you can find something else you love that has a practical application?”

By Elisheva Appel

“I don’t know why being an artist means being flighty. You give artists a good name, that mother just abuses the stereotype”

By Esther Kurtz

Change of Heart
“I feel pretty good,” I lied. “I’m just getting a headache.” A headache was nothing, I hadn’t eaten, I was stressed, I don’t even know why I said it

By Leora Hammer