Magazine Feature
Seven years later, Rav Moshe Shapira's teachings still light the way

By Rabbi Menachem Nissel

Magazine Feature
Toronto’s beloved pediatrician Dr. Colin Geft sees big potential in the littlest patients

By Shmuel Botnick

Magazine Feature
Veteran Pentagon researcher Dr. Harold Rhode warns the West: A show of weakness is the route to disaster

By Chananel Shapiro and David Fried

The Beat
Israel has made abundantly clear that it won’t tolerate Houthi terrorism and will strike back as it sees fit

By Yaakov Lipszyc

Halls of Power
In two critical congressional races, local Jewish communities play an outsize role

By Maury Litwack

The Current
New York is imposing stricter regulations on the nonpublic schools than it is on its own public school system

By Yosef Herz

Knesset Channel
In the past week, something has changed

By Avi Blum, ESQ

The Rose Report
Anti-Israel academics are following the money

By Binyamin Rose

The search began. For my items and for my sanity. Sadly, as of this writing, neither has been found

By Sara Eisemann

Family First Serial
Shuki looked down at his waffle. “It’s fine,” he mumbled. “It’s a job. I’ve gotta do something, right?”

By Gila Arnold

Treeo Feature
"This is over 2,000 years old!" he whispers. "This could be the find of the century!"

By Shoshana Gross

Treeo Serial
This is Nellie’s and Eli’s woods, and she’s convinced she’s the only person that could find Eli

By Bashie Lisker

“The struggle we are facing, being bored in class, pales significantly to the struggle of those who simply cannot master the basics”

By Mishpacha Readers

For the Record
Harvard University’s history of anti-Semitism goes back at least as far as the 1930s

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer