Robert Kraft’s Inspiring Commencement Speech

Dream big, do good, and be a mensch.

The Billionaire who Won't Leave his Kids a Penny

The connection between wealth and happiness isn't what you think.

Judaism, Depression and Happiness

Exploring Jewish wisdom on the reasons for sadness and how to attain happiness.

Hiroshima, the White House and Israel

Those who instigate war need to pay the price for their evil. Unless it’s waged against Jews.

“Smelly Jews” and Harvard

The student’s offensive remark was not only anti-Semitic, it violated the sanctity of all human beings.

UK: The Left's Anti-Semitism Problem

Revealing the root of the Labour party’s anti-Semitism.

British Museum & Evidence of Israelite Slavery in Egypt

A mud brick with straw, stamped with a royal seal that says “House of Ramses ll,” and other cool artifacts.

The $13 Million Seder

Baseball player Adam LaRoche's stunning lesson about family and its connection to Passover.

Islamic Terror: What Muslim Americans Can Do

A Muslim American activist, author and attorney, explains why it is Muslim Americans who must take the lead in identifying and combating Islamic extremists within their communities.

Shine a Little Light

An inspiring music video featuring many great Jewish singers performing a song written by a rabbi with Lou Gehrig's disease.

Medical Miracles

We are living in an age of wonder and hope.

Breeding Ground for Islamic Extremists

Why are there Muslim ghettos in Belgium but not in the United States?

Brussels & the Israeli Occupation

When will the world realize that Islamic terror has nothing to do with Israel?

Jew Nominated to the Supreme Court

Judge Merrick Garland gave an emotional tribute to his Jewish grandparents who paved the path that enabled him to reach this milestone.

Hardwired to Give

My work in social services has shown me that no matter how destitute and troubled people are, they have a burning desire to give.

Poland, Guilt and the Holocaust

Making it a crime to imply any Polish culpability for Nazi crimes denies the historical record.

Mein Kampf and Anne Frank's Diary

It’s no accident that the two books, epitomes of the depth of evil and the heights of virtue, are now in the public domain.

Oversharing

In Judaism, the more valuable and treasured something is, the more private and protected we keep it.

Better than Email

Making parenting a top priority.

The Pajama Debate

A principal's request for mothers to stop wearing sleepwear while dropping off their kids creates a backlash. She happens to be right.

$360 Billion to Charity

The extraordinary generosity of ordinary Americans.

Henry Worsley & Risking It All

The British explorer died attempting to cross the Antarctic unaided. Was it worth it?

What's Your Uber Rating?

How Uber is motivating me to be a kinder person.

Jewish Time

If time is more precious than money, why do we treat is so cavalierly?

Powerball Mania

Why I bought a ticket and why you should too.

After the Death of My Son

Some do’s and don’ts for those of you who have good intentions but don’t know where to put them.

2015 Was an Awful Year? Look Again

Hard to believe but this year has been "the best year in history for the average human being to be alive."

Wishes are Not Resolutions

Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.

What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains

The technology of distraction: a conversation with Nicholas Carr, bestselling author of The Shallows and Is Google Making Us Stupid?

Aish.com’s Top Articles & Videos, 2015

Enjoy the most popular articles and videos of the year.

Steve Harvey’s Miss Universe Gaffe

Lessons from the mindboggling mistake heard around the world.

Jewish Man Buys 400 U.S. Soldiers Dinner

At an airport in Ireland, Jewish philanthropist Shlomo Rechnitz performs an act of tremendous kindness.

Muslims and Jews Saving Each Other

10 true instances when Jews and Muslims – at times risking everything – saved each other's lives.

A Moment of Purity in San Bernardino

Hanukkah and the power of “I got you.”

Thanksgiving and Being a Jew

Giving thanks goes to the essence of what it means to be a Jew.

Jonathan Pollard’s Final Punishment

He cannot move to Israel for at least five years. The reason reeks of hypocrisy.

Awakening the Child Within

Studies show that most young kids are creative geniuses. Then what happens?

For France, This is War

The barbaric attacks in Paris have made it clear that Islamist jihad has arrived, and it intends to kill, terrify and conquer.

Five Lessons from the Paris Attacks

We must rededicate ourselves to the values the terrorists would destroy, and show the resolve to defeat our adversaries.

The Paris Massacre

The scenes of death – whether in Paris or Hebron, Jerusalem or New York – should serve as a warning to us all.

Does Religion Make Kids Less Generous?

Far from undermining generosity, Judaism fosters it.

Killing Baby Hitler: A Jewish Response

One must differentiate between potential and actual evil.

10 Strategies to Defeat Stress and Stay Positive

Tools for coping with the daily stresses of life.

Netanyahu’s 44 Seconds of Silence at the UN

What is the value of spending our time on lost causes?

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