The Moment
Here are some of our least favorite things about elections, and feel free to share yours. No mail-in ballots necessary

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

Magazine Feature
A year after his forced goodbye to Alta, Avrohom Fixsler is determined to turn her tragic legacy into something positive

By Gedalia Guttentag

Magazine Feature
Rabbi Dovid Nojowitz of Torah Umesorah fortifies yeshivahs for battles past and present

By Barbara Bensoussan

Power Plays
Much about the newest iteration of Bibi is new. The most notable change is his attitude toward issues of religion and state

By Avi Blum, ESQ

Power Plays
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Shas has stormed back, jumping from nine to 11 seats in the elections 

By Gedalia Guttentag

Power Plays
The years of media attacks, parodies, and indictments have only boosted Ben Gvir’s influence

By Ariel Cohen

Power Plays
Lapid’s long march from un-credentialed outsider to big man of the left has ushered in the Israeli left’s third incarnation

By Noam Paley

A Few Minutes With
Can Biden navigate a GOP Congress?

By Omri Nahmias

Even the little people around here have become seasoned election analysts

By Shoshana Friedman

The sharp rise in the number of chareidi votes can be credited — or debited — to the outgoing government

By Eli Paley

The biggest surprise was the quality of the speeches, which were of an extremely high intellectual caliber

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Power Plays
The human drama fueling Israel’s election story

By Mishpacha Staff

Text Messages
It's the day when as a community, time and again we fail mightily in our designated role on this earth

By Eytan Kobre

US Midterms: 2022
Republicans may be disappointed at the outcome of Tuesday’s election. But for the Orthodox community, it was a grand slam

By Yochonon Donn