While I had refused to listen to any of these dirt-fresh-on-the-grave suggestions, as the months passed it became clear that I had to remarry

By C. Saphir

Shared Space
“He’s this cute little chassidishe guy, not what I expected,” Kivi was saying, “but I see what you mean. There’s something about him”

By Dov Haller

Normal Like Me
“You’re Sarah, right? Listen, you don’t know me,” said a shaky voice over the phone. “I’m a cousin of Udel’s. I understand that you were with her in that cul— in that group she be ...

By Ruti Kepler

Point of View
A child walking with his dad can feel like an orphan

By Rabbi Moshe Grylak zt"l

Chareidi longevity linked to life satisfaction

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Text Messages
For Him, for us, if for no one else. We object

By Eytan Kobre

Day in the Life
Shmully Zellermaier manages a filtered computer center

By Rachel Bachrach

Second Thoughts
The assault on traditional morality that marks our times

By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman


By Bracha Stein and Chani Judowitz

The Current
At the beginning of June, Trump made good on his threats by imposing tariffs on EU and Canadian steel imports

By Gedalia Guttentag

Charles Krauthammer’s greatest accomplishment may have been that his fame and impact never went to his head

By Jeffrey Bloom

Washington Wrap
There is no more explosive issue on the national agenda than immigration, specifically illegal immigration

By Omri Nahmias

Washington Wrap
Why are the Americans investing so much time, energy, and effort to advance a peace plan that the Palestinians are sure to outright reject?

By Omri Nahmias

Washington Wrap
“I’m a graduate of Yeshivat Ramaz in New York, and I went with my father to visit the Lubavitcher Rebbe. I cross all sectors”

By Omri Nahmias