Elul, Ashton Kutcher and an unlikely source for teen advice.
Dustin Hoffman would never have given Tootsie a second look.
Efraim Zuroff wants the world to know that injustice won't be tolerated.
How Nazis evaded justice with the help of the Vatican and the Red Cross.
The National Spelling puts its spotlight on Yiddish. Is it a dying language?
The terrorist invoked the Torah’s principle “an eye for an eye” to justify his violence. He’s tragically misguided.
Sometimes very smart people do very dumb things.
Charles Ramsey’s past doesn’t negate the heroism he showed in rescuing Amanda Berry.
Early childhood is a great time to expose our kids to Jewish education. The results can last a lifetime.
An exclusive interview with the head of emergency medicine at Mass. General, and the Israeli doctor who trained them.
Cut him some slack. How many other pop stars are spending their free time learning about the Holocaust?
Elwin Wilson, a former KKK member, apologized for his racist past.
According to latest research, Shabbat improves mental, physical and emotional health.
Winds of change are blowing through the Middle East. Check your knowledge of recent events.
2012 was a busy news year. Here are some less-reported stories you might have missed.
Talking to your kids about the Connecticut school shooting.
Kate Middleton's nurse and the unpredictable consequences of one’s actions.
Advice to Nick Crews, the disgruntled father who publically blasted his kids for their failures.
Ideas for bringing Jewish values into your celebration.
Empathy takes work, but it’s the basis of human decency.
Ever since my husband was diagnosed with cancer, losing weight seems shockingly frivolous.
The Pulitzer Prize winner’s fanatical worldview has morphed into Jew-hatred.
Modern Israeli inventions are giving handicapped people new hope.
Using the day to reflect on the goals you have for your family.
Fresh, intensely flavorful Passover recipes from different Jewish communities.
Mrs. Sandler urges Jews around the world to do good in memory of the beloved victims.
Hamentashen are old hat. Try some lesser-known Purim treats.
My one-woman crusade to boycott human rights abusers.
2011 was a busy year. Here are some less-reported stories from the Holy Land.
As a child I longed for the majestic. Watching the royal wedding, I realized I found it.
Things we can do to strengthen our bonds with the Jewish State.