News In Depth
With emunah and against all odds, Israelis are flocking to Sderot, a town that’s thriving despite being in Gaza’s crosshairs

By Gedalia Guttentag

Magazine Feature
What if Hatzolah could have a fleet of airplanes that could be on the tarmac in a moment’s notice?

By Barbara Bensoussan

Magazine Feature
Mumbai native Binyamin Basteker's entire life is about extracting surprises from a blank canvas and following his soul instead of the trends

By Mishpacha Staff

Washington Wrap
Iran renews nuclear work, but will it dash for a bomb?

By Omri Nahmias

Washington Wrap
“There’s hardly a campus that an Israeli official can come to without being harassed by anti-Israel or anti-Semitic groups"

By Omri Nahmias

Metro & Beyond
“There’s this feeling, that without Trump the country is going off the liberal cliff”

By Yochonon Donn

Inside Israel
In the past year alone, the Shin Bet foiled 450 terror attacks, among them attempted kidnappings and suicide bombings

By Eliezer Shulman

The Current
“Just like many other times in Jewish history, when we were too comfortable in a place, we face the fact that we might have to leave”

By Yaacov Lipszyc

Shooting Stars
The monsters are here again. And they’re still not letting go. Why, oh why, did I come to school today?

By Shira Gold

When someone like me wins such a prize, oh, everyone would congratulate me, sure, but there’s definitely that undercurrent of jealousy

By Leah Greenburg

This recipe yields double dishes! And we cant can’t decide which way we like it better!

By Faigy Grossman

Family First Feature
Experts from an innovative Israeli obesity clinic weigh in on the latest weight loss breakthroughs, and how people can shed excess pounds — and keep them off

By Sharon Gelbach

I looked at Shevy and chose my words carefully. “I know you’re disappointed,” I said slowly. “That’s— I get it"

By Esty Heller

Family Reflections
When our child sounds off, we have to keep our cool

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe