Do I Really Have to Go to This Wedding?

I’d just want to stay home but I don’t want to disappoint my husband or my sister-in-law.

The Doctor’s Diary: The Ultimate Engineer

Several incredibly complex internal mechanisms silently watch over our bodies every second of our lives.

I Can't Taste My Starbucks Coffee

Despite losing his sense of taste after an illness, a man goes to Starbucks every day.

Presidential Quotes about Jews and Israel

24 inspiring quotes from American presidents.

The World Needs to Remember Ilan Halimi

On release of a new book about the horrific kidnapping and murder: The story is about far more than one French Jewish family's tragedy.

Peddling Hate on Amazon

Amazon recently pulled two anti-Semitic books from its site. It should pull more.

Tired and Worn Out

I want to be productive but I’m always overwhelmed and every task feels like slogging through mud.

Never Again, Again and Again

Have decent people learned not to shrug at genocide?

Guardians of the Earth: A Tu B'Shvat Video

Mankind has been given the mandate to use the earth, but not to destroy it.

The Song of the Dog

A deeper look into the heart of the world’s favorite pet.

Stoking Hatred between Black and Jewish Communities

Using fake accounts on social media, white supremacists are fanning flames of hatred. They must not be allowed to succeed.

No Boundaries: Are We Giving Up on a Life of Holiness?

We are watching, listening to, reading and emailing things that just a few years ago we would have blushed and been ashamed to do.

Jakob Dylan Is a Good Jewish Son

A rock prince pays respect to his elders in the moving documentary ‘Echo in the Canyon.’

My White Privilege Has Nothing to Do with It

Identity politics and the victimization mindset has poisoned too many interactions between citizens.

Friends Too Close for Comfort

We're close friends with three couples and go away on vacations together. I'm not comfortable with their latest plan. Am I being paranoid?

A Former Nazi Preaches Tolerance

Giving up hate, German-American TM Garret says we have the power to change.

Jewish Stereotypes and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Moishe and Shirley Maisel epitomize the cultural stereotype of The American Jew: obnoxious, loud, and obsessed with money.

One Family, Teens and Toddlers

Help! My family feels like two and I don't know how to handle it.

The Song of the Deer

Examining the deer and its daily flight for survival.

Climb for Life: Empowering Special-Needs Kids

A new program is enabling kids with disabilities to push their limits and accomplish the seemingly impossible.

Changing the World, One Dollar at a Time

DailyGiving.org provides an opportunity to perform the mitzvah of tzedakah every day.

Jewish Genius and Bret Stephens

Don't confuse racism with hard-earned excellence.

The Highest-Ranking Elected Orthodox Jewish Woman in U.S. History

The fresh political voice of Dalya Attar. An Aish.com exclusive interview.

Jew-Haters, Right and Left

If the long, bitter history of antisemitism teaches anything, it is that "the oldest hatred" can take any shape and adapt to any ideology.

January 1: Five Jewish Facts

Five little-known facts about the January 1 “New Year” holiday, and its meaning for Jews.

What Was So Great about the 2010s?

Amid all the bad news, we are living in the best era our species has ever known.

Huge Cache of Nazi-Looted Art

The public can finally see paintings from one of the largest Nazi-era collections of stolen art.

Trump's Executive Order on Combating Anti-Semitism: Why the Ruckus?

Applying Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to Jews is not new. It's the “adoption” of the IHRA Definition of Anti-Semitism that’s causing all the commotion.

The Hanukkah Expulsion of American Jews

During the Civil War, General Ulysses Grant expelled American Jews from their homes during Hanukkah.

Student who Sued NYU for Anti-Semitism: Trump has Empowered Jews on Campus

When I sued NYU for campus anti-Semitism, college leaders shrugged. It took the US president to do something about it.

Goodbye Jeremy Corbyn

This battle is over but we still have a war to fight.

The Song of the Horse

Contemplating the horse’s vitality and service.

Secrets of Success from America's Best Defense Attorney

Three life lessons from the legendary Ben Brafman that everyone should learn.

My Husband Seems to Love My Kids More Than Me

He's more interested in talking to them and I frequently feel like the fifth wheel.

A Doctor’s Diary: Witnessing God's Handiwork

Like a well-written, trillion-page novel, every step, twist and turn of a fetus's development seems to follow an all-encompassing plan.

The Song of the Lion

The meaning of his song is more powerful than its roar.

Sacha Baron Cohen, Facebook and Antisemitism

We need to fundamentally reevaluate how “the greatest propaganda machine in history” spreads hate, conspiracies and lies.

PODCAST: Tech Talk with Rebbetzin Tzipora Heller

The consequence of losing ourselves online.

It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

The new film about Fred Rogers and a cynical journalist is a movie we need right now.

I Can't Stand My Brother

We've had an adversarial relationship for the longest time and nothing has helped. Is there anything I can do to resolve this life-long issue?

Ok Boomer: Inter-Generational Warfare

More and more young people are thinking that the older generation are incapable of offering rational opinions.

Make a Wish: Creating Ripples of Kindness

How two men made it their mission to make sick kids happy.

89-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Under Police Protection

Liliana Segre received death threats for standing up to hate.

PODCAST: The Power of the Jewish Woman

Learning from our matriarchs, Dina Coopersmith talks about the insights and influence that exist in every Jewish woman.

The Song of the Ant

Studying the habits of the busiest creature on earth.

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