We must speak out against wrongs, but only justice – by way of justice – is legitimate.
Recent events have left many of us on-edge. Here's what we can do to help.
Bombs in Jerusalem didn’t scare me. But these riots are different.
The actor walked out of the interview teaching a valuable lesson about proper speech.
Ahmad Batebi bears witness to a brutal, untrustworthy regime.
Three years ago I discovered that my grandfather was a member of the SS and arrested for crimes against humanity.
Violinist Bronislaw Huberman saved hundreds from the Nazis. The amazing story behind Joshua Bell’s priceless Stradivarius.
I had no idea my comic collection would become so valuable.
In our time of increasing anti-Semitism, understanding between blacks and Jews needs to be strengthened.
Like Churchill, will Netanyahu also be ignored?
Some women seem to be more interested in over-achieving than in maintaining a relationship.
Appearances can be deceiving.
Over 650 young Muslims have volunteered to guard Oslo Synagogue on Shabbat in support of the Jewish people.
After Copenhagen, here are the next steps I wish Europe would take.
Brian Williams is getting the condemnation he deserves. Why isn’t The New York Times?
The pressures of high-stakes entertainment news.
Fear of commitment is exacting a steep price from both men and women.
Doesn’t He have more important things to be worried about?
Now is the time for every Jew to pledge active involvement in confronting the growing threat of anti-Semitism.
Forgiving those who actively continue to seek your death is just another form of suicide.
A long history of threats and violence, against Charlie Hebdo and other targets, has too often been minimized and ignored.
Revisiting the most popular articles and videos of the year.
Get inspired by Veronika, CEO and founder of The Empowerment Plan, who empowers women to become more independent.
The greatest enemy of civilization is appeasement to evil.
I had to be the skinniest, the prettiest, and the smartest. Otherwise, I was nothing.
Has the time come to give up on the ideal of objective, unbiased journalism?
Becoming more sensitive and more aware of the pain couples struggling with infertility are going through.
What is the connection between anger and looting?
A college campus psychiatrist tells students everything they really need to know about intimacy.
A message to the designer who was fired for his anti-Semitic rant and just lost his case for unfair dismissal.
The derogatory term, used by an unnamed official in the White House, has no place in civil discourse.
Diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, Tricia Somers asks her nurse for a huge favor. An incredible true story.
A contemporary lesson from the Torah’s application of quarantine.
Attacks and hateful rhetoric against Jews are on the rise – and it’s not just Jews who should worry.
Feeling security in a hostile world we cannot control.
The connection between envy and the holiest day of the year.
Can we balance our drive for success with our drive for meaning and virtue?
A musical plea to meet anger with sympathy, hatred with compassion, cruelty with kindness.
We are all caught on tape. A timely Rosh Hashanah lesson.
Hannah Arendt was wrong. Eichmann wasn’t a mediocre bureaucrat embodying the banality of evil. He was a fanatically dedicated Nazi.