Second Thoughts
I tried to point out — probably without success — the basic irrationality of anti-Jewish prejudice

By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman

Magazine Feature
How child prodigy, halachic master, and light of the yeshivah world Rav Nota Greenblatt put the souls of his people first 

By Shmuel Botnick

The Moment
Where does the yetzer hara get you on Shavuos?

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

Magazine Feature
Six decades later, Shlomo Malach is still thanking Hashem for the miracle of surviving

By Shmuel Friedman

Double Take
"We keep our religion quiet at the office — why are you rocking the boat?"

By Rochel Samet

The Current
After a year of Arab-Israeli violence, an intelligence figure says that only massive resources can fight the sector’s growing extremism

By Yisrael Yoskovitch

The Rose Report
Why Israel shouldn’t sign a seemingly harmless treaty

By Binyamin Rose

Washington Wrap
"It’s a right versus wrong. People shouldn’t be paid money for injuring or killing in innocent civilians"

By Omri Nahmias

Washington Wrap
Here are five ways the stock market dip could affect you

By Omri Nahmias

A Heaping Scoop
Milchig or fleishig seudah on Shavuos?

By FamilyTable Contributors

For the Record
Rav Mendel Kravitz (Krawiec 1907–1992) was undoubtedly one of the postwar builders of Torah

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

My grandmother heartily dislikes Asian food but looks forward to this

By Menachem Goodman

Second Dance
“Nu, Bubby, come on, shtell hock,” he said, and she looked at him primly, as if she had no idea what he meant

By Dov Haller

No Food Left Behind
The trick to a crispy carb-less crust is in the technique

By Beth Warren