Magazine Feature
Two pilots marvel at the Divine plan that crossed their paths in the nick of time

By Yonatan Birnbaum

Magazine Feature
On the line with Martin Cooper, inventor of the very first cell phone

By Yochonon Donn

Halls of Power
Why presidential debates are so easy to qualify for

By Maury Litwack

Knesset Channel
High Court President Esther Hayut aims for a bombshell Bibi ruling

By Avi Blum, ESQ

The Current
Why does Sweden allow Quran burnings?

By Yaakov Lipszyc

For the Record
“In the name of Hashem, wishing a long life with many long years and peace, to Hagaon Moreinu Rabbeinu Rav Shmuel ben Rav Tzvi, amen v’amen."

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

Don’t conflate Torah values with conservative Republican values

By Mishpacha Readers

Summer Series
A seaworthy craft, a watery expanse, and a cottage on the shore

By Shmuel Botnick

Standing Ovation
Every time we reached the words, “Ain’t gonna work on Saturday,” and Goomber would turn to the audience and shout, “WHY?!” and the entire audience would shout back, “It’s Shabbos ...

By Dovid Nachman Golding

The external prompt of yeshivah is positive, but the key point remains the same: whether the bochur develops his own drive for growth, independent of his environment

By Gedalia Guttentag

From My Table
Grilled chicken marinades usually come together in a ziplock on Friday morning, and the chicken gets thrown on the grill close to Shabbos.

By Chanie Nayman

Jr. Feature
Setting up a lemonade stand sounds like a fun way to make some money. But there’s a lot more involved than squeezing lemons and adding sugar!

By Malka Winner

This marinade combines just the right amount of each ingredient to produce the juiciest, most tender cutlets

By Brynie Greisman

Teen Diary Serial
I was terrified of my interview, terrified I would mess up or even not talk at all.

By Tzippy Cohen