Magazine Feature
One year later, Rav Chaim Kanievsky’s family retraces his legacy

By Dovid Sussman

Magazine Feature
Rabbi Naftali Weinberger's latest book, Rav Chaim: The Life and Legacy of the Sar HaTorah (ArtScroll/Mesorah), is being released next week
The Beat
A new edition of Dahl’s books have dragged the children’s classics, kicking and screaming, into the 2020s

By Gedalia Guttentag

The Rose Report
Any Trump rivals will have to prove their mettle against a former president who is a cutthroat campaigner

By Binyamin Rose

The Rose Report
American presidents choose an attorney general with whom they share a political affinity. Not so in Israel

By Binyamin Rose

Knesset Channel
Galant vs. Smotrich in Defense Dust-up

By Avi Blum, ESQ

Money Talks
Dave Ramsey says the foundation of his system is common sense, biblically based wisdom smart spending

By Shterna Lazaroff

2.0 Feature
 Energy developer Ofer Yanai is convinced renewable energy is the light of the future, and he’s got his bank account to prove it

By Chananel Shapira

Teen Serial
How could this be happening? I’m going to camp with no Shabbos clothes. Unbelievable. And yet, so very believable

By Ariella Schiller

“The last thing our children need, in my opinion, is more time away from home. I say the best thing you can give your kids is time at home as a family”

By Mishpacha Readers

The Moment
Tension sometimes erupts between well-meaning bochurim and the decent human beings they wish to transform into philanthropists

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

Rivky laughs. “Well, I’m stupid and vain sometimes,” she says easily. It’s true, but Rivky is so cheerful about it that Chana can’t hold it against her

By Bashie Lisker

Knowing and Growing
The best time to work on emunah is on Shabbos, because Shabbos is mei’ein Olam Haba, a taste of the world to come

By Rabbi Reuven Leuchter

Family First Feature
How do couples who work together keep their shalom bayis intact?

By Barbara Bensoussan