9 Ways to Discourage Your Teens from Swearing

Practical ideas to help your teens tame the swearing habit.

Australia’s Refusal to Build Synagogue Victory for Terror

Calling it a potential terrorist threat, an Australian court ruled that a proposed shul is too dangerous to be built.

Tainted Money

The cashier insisted that I keep the extra change found in the coin dispenser.

Facing the Future without Fear, Together

Three ways we can move from the politics of "me" to the politics of "all of us, together."

Never Judge, Never Assume

Can we ever walk in someone else’s footsteps?

A Moment of Silence in Public Schools

One Hasidic Jew’s campaign to replace prayer with a moment of silence is gaining traction and making a difference.

British Hero Cop who Saved a Jew in Jerusalem

Det. Sergeant Richard Burgess fought off three Arabs who were attacking a Jew and nearly lost his own life in the process.

The Most Important Speech Ever Given by a French President on Anti-Semitism

President Macron equated anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism and said Jew-hatred wasn’t born with the Vichy regime, nor did it die after the liberation of France.

Canada's Multi-Million-Dollar Pay-Out to a Terrorist

Omar Khadr confessed to throwing the grenade that killed an American soldier.

Raising My Daughter with Autism

Light it up blue is just one month. Living with autism is all year.

Life Unexpected: Losing My Mom

My mother chose to meet death in her own way.

The Portuguese Consul who Disobeyed Orders to Save Jewish Lives

Aristidies De Sousa Mendes paid a heavy price for his moral courage.

Orthodox Jew & Patriot of the American Revolution

Mordecai Sheftall is one of the greatest American patriots you’ve never heard of.

The Murder of Otto Warmbier

Yes, he was a Jew. But he was killed because he was an American.

A Meaningful Retirement

Help! My retired husband is driving me crazy.

Involuntary Manslaughter through Words

A recent, precedent-setting case shows how words can literally kill.

The Blessing of Failure

If we learn from an experience, there is no such thing as failure.

Mental Illness: Tragic, Not Shameful

My brother-in-law was just shy of becoming a chess Grand Master when mental illness reared its ugly head.

I Am Not My Disability

Despite being a diabetic paraplegic, I view myself as a healthy person. Why?

Surprising Jewish Origins of Six Common Sayings

You’ll never see these expressions in quite the same way again.

Harvard Rescinds Acceptances for 10 Students for Obscene Comments

The university’s controversial decision is teaching an important lesson about the consequences of our words.

Religion in the Age of Disrespect

Shavuot, commencement and the reason for two tablets.

Terrorism Persists because It’s Been Rewarded

The international community has rewarded terrorism while punishing those who try to fight it by reasonable means.

Talking to Our Children after Attack at Ariana Grande Concert

Terror just hit home. Here’s how you can help your children.

How the Associated Press Cooperated with the Nazis

When the Nazis asked them to fire Jewish employees and hire only Aryans, the AP agreed.

Jihad in Denmark

Muslim organizations and imams are not condemning the imam who preached murdering Jews.

Doctor in Disguise

Our doctor was gruff and impatient. Then I overheard him talking to his wife.

The Spin on Fidget Spinners

A deeper lesson behind the latest craze.

13 Reasons Why: Teen Suicide and Judaism

The controversial series is generating healthy discussion regarding pivotal issues, but many people should not watch it, under any circumstances.

10 Little Known Facts about Einstein

Including what he considered to be his greatest day.

Sheryl Sandberg on Her Husband’s Death

The Facebook COO’s new book on facing adversity and finding joy is full of insight and wisdom.

Pushing Death

Society’s emphasis on the quality of life society is perverting our most basic moral intuitions.

Are You For Real?

Don’t just look good; be good.

Hookup Culture Wreaks Havoc on Campus

New research reveals that a many students find themselves in a fog of depression, confusion, and hurt.

The Bigotry of Intersectionality

Call out intersectionality for what it is: a euphemism for anti-American, anti-Semitic and anti-Israel bigotry.

Mike Pence and Dining with Other Women

The VP won't eat alone with a woman other than his wife. Instead of condemning him, I think we should applaud him.

Responding to the Terror Attack in London

As our thoughts and prayers go to the victims and the people of Britain, what can we do in the wake of this barbaric attack?

Marry My Husband

Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s moving plea for her husband to find love after her death.

Inciting Hatred in France?

The controversial trial of Georges Bensoussan sheds light on a vicious sub-culture of anti-Semitism in France.

Has the UN Human Rights Council Lost Its Way?

Hillel Neuer, Director of UN Watch provides a brief history of the UN Human Rights Council and how it has fallen from its initial high ideals into a political farce.

Judaism and Life on Other Planets

NASA's earth-shattering announcement has many Jews asking: Does Judaism entertain the possibility of alien life?

One Kidney, Three Lives

One woman’s selfless act of donating her kidney has unforeseen reverberations.

Warren Buffett’s Gems of Wisdom

Want to know what’s in Warren Buffet’s daily planner?

Wiring Our Brains for Happiness

The incredible spiritual power of gratitude.

Erasing Swastikas on NY Subway

An exclusive Aish.com interview with the man who took action.

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