Zalman Shoval is perhaps the last remaining member of Israel’s diplomatic corps with insider knowledge of every major geopolitical event from early statehood to the present

By Binyamin Rose

News In Depth
Sometimes it takes a trip to the heavens to appreciate G-d’s handiwork on Earth. That’s what the Apollo 11 crew — the first men to step on the Moon — realized 50 years ago

By Esther Ilana Rabi

Metro & Beyond
Tragedy at Sea: The searchers speak. "The thing that kept us going was that we wanted to give the family some closure”

By Yochonon Donn

The talmid who became my rebbi

By Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Washington Wrap
It depends on whom you ask

By Omri Nahmias

A Few Minutes With
As anti-Semitism simultaneously worsens in the US, Gideon has a message for American Jews: Act now before it’s too late

By Gedalia Guttentag

Inside Israel
Mossad chief’s long march ends in Tehran archive raid

By Eliezer Shulman

The Rose Report
Five years later, we see the same old Avigdor Lieberman — an ambitious and shrewd politician whose inconsistent ideology will always be subordinated to brazen opportunism

By Binyamin Rose

Voice in the Crowd
Imagine — me being feted at the yeshivah dinner

By Yisroel Besser

Off the Couch
"Your persona is so big it squashes everyone around you"

By Jacob L. Freedman MD

Family First Feature
Deep in the French countryside, Mrs. Ruth Becker stayed one step ahead of the Nazis

By Riki Goldstein

I was shocked by that scream, and in that moment I knew that Bubby was human — and I could be human, too

By Leah Wachsler

Movin on Up
Well, I think we have a deal! Real college, real business, real me

By Shaina Keren

Teen Fiction
I felt like most of my energy was being sapped by Nechami and wondered if it was fair to the rest of the girls

By Malky Cope