Magazine Feature
After surviving kidney failure, Yaakov Horonchik is determined to push the miracle forward

By Yaakov Lipszyc

Magazine Feature
Israeli citizens are redefining the meaning of the term, “Home Front”

By Ariella Schiller

Magazine Feature
Nine decades in, Seymour Lachman is still the consummate public servant

By Eytan Kobre

The Beat
Hypocrisy on Israel is a given — don't give bigots an excuse

By Gedalia Guttentag

The Rose Report
With Congress gone fishing, Israel must fend for itself

By Binyamin Rose

Knesset Channel
As long as the green light from the White House doesn’t change to yellow, Israel has all the international legitimacy it needs to continue fighting

By Avi Blum, ESQ

The Current
What does it portend that young people are so easily swayed by Islamist propaganda and calls to extreme violence?

By Yaakov Lipszyc

The Explainer
The DC rally was one of two prongs — spiritual and activist — of the communal response
A party that can be pulled together last minute for when the latkes burn and you’re in a twist. All these recipes are simple and can be prepared in no time

By Menachem Goodman

The Current
Mishpacha’s Kobi Bornstein on the ground in Gaza

By Kobi Bornstein

Cozey Feature
We asked Cozey readers to send us their thoughts on body language, and we got some beautiful writing in response!

By Bashie Lisker

The Moment
“Yossi,” Aryeh told him, “after I reach 120, I want you to be the one to organize something for me”

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

Jr. Serial
Kumzitz songs, slow songs, gratitude and yearning and chizuk and sweet, simple joy

By Rochel Samet

“I don’t understand,” Libby repeated. “Why suspended? Just why, Deena? Why?”

By Ariella Schiller