A Dying Boy's Last Wish and the Key to a Meaningful New Year

Notre Dame football coach's inspiring lesson on keeping our word and fulfilling our resolutions.

Steven Weinberg and the Twilight of the Godless Universe

With the passing last month of Steven Weinberg, the world lost a great theoretical physicist.

The Bishop who Saved 1500 Jews

Pavel Peter Gojdic suffered mistreatment and humiliation for his outspoken defense of Jews during the Holocaust.

Why Even Atheists Should Teach Their Children about God

As a therapist, Erica Komisar is often asked by parents, “How do I talk to my child about death if I don’t believe in God or heaven?” Her answer is always the same. Can you guess what it is?

Miami: A Searing Search and Rescue Diary of IDF Home Front Command Delegation Leader

Col. Golan Vach recalls the chilling, two-week mission at the disaster site.

Can a Game of Peek-a-Boo Change the World?

Taking to heart the message of Molly Wright, the youngest person to deliver a Ted Talk.

Genetic Screening for Breast Cancer Genes: Weighing the Pros and Cons

Knowledge is power. But sometimes knowledge can become a tyrannical master.

The Last Two Nazis on Trial

Two upcoming trials in Germany are likely the last trials of Nazi camp workers.

Caged: 20 Days Captive In Nigeria

The true story of three-man documentary team, in Nigeria to film the Igbo Jews, who were abducted by the Nigerian government and held in cages for weeks.

Why Menopause Doesn’t Bother Me Anymore

A tale of ugly shoes, hot flashes and aging gratefully.

What Happened When I Took a Cell Phone Break for 730 Days

These cell phones sneak up on you, curl themselves around you, purr in your ear and tend to your every whim and need. Then one day they own you.

The Undercover Spy Operation that Helped Foil a Nazi Plot in 1930s L.A.

A network of citizen-spies took the Nazi plots to exterminate Jews seriously.

Why Iranian Judo Athlete Dedicated His Silver Medal to Israel

Saeid Mollaei sent a heartfelt message to Israelis: Todah.

The Hook-Up Culture is Eroding the Value of Marriage

Non-committal physical Intimacy is making it harder for women to get married.

Jackie Mason’s Life and Jokes

The comic, who has died at 93, was a keen observer of Jewish life in America.

The Money You Give Away Is Yours Forever

Giving charity impacts the giver more than the recipient.

This Couple is Responsible for Over 2,000 Jewish Adoptions

After losing a baby, Steve and Vicki Krausz entered the confusing maze of adoption. They decided to change it.

Things Keep Getting Better...And That’s the Problem!

Today's emotional turmoil stems from the knowledge that people know things can be better. That idea is very recent in human history.

The Church of England's Too-Late Apology to the Jews

The Church of England is repenting for its past actions persecuting England’s Jews. Better late than never.

Music is Not Normal

Why do we love music? Is there something deeper than sound?

Major League Baseball’s First Shabbat-Observant Players

Elie Kligman, drafted by the Washington Nationals, may first opt for college baseball. An exclusive Aish.com interview.

How Jew-Hatred is Different from Other Forms of Prejudice

Antisemitism speaks the language of extermination.

The Single Word That Changed My Life

Our words can be as hurtful as our actions.

Will Joe Biden Grant My Daughter Justice?

America still has the power to extradite the terrorist who murdered her.

Ilhan Omar Has a Problem with Jews

It's high time to address Rep. Omar's pattern of offensive commentary.

America and Jewish Values

The Bible's major role in the creation of the United States and its democracy.

First Chief Rabbi in German Army in 100 Years

An exclusive interview with Rabbi Zsolt Balla, who’s just been installed as Germany’s first Jewish Chaplain in over a century.

The Liberty Bell's Crack

Why do we "proclaim freedom throughout the land" with a broken, imperfect bell?

Jewish Women Share Stories of Crisis, Healing, and Strength

New book from The Layers Project breaks taboos and stigmas.

Germany’s Other Genocide: Dress Rehearsal for the Holocaust

Germany recently acknowledged it committed genocide in present-day Namibia.

Hollywood Insider Who's Defending Israel

My attempt to counteract anti-Israel propaganda, one conversation at a time.

The Tulsa Race Massacre and Oklahoma’s Jews

How local Jews – some with fresh memories of European pogroms – did their small part to help victims of one of the worst acts of racial violence in US history.

God Has a Sense of Humor

As much as we would like to, we can rarely avoid life’s messy situations.

Richard Dawkins and Eugenics

Dawkins advocates for reducing “undesirable” populations by preventing them from being born in the first place.

The Many Faces of Addiction

Don’t shun the addict. Embrace the human being struggling with addiction.

Woke and Ignoring the Gifted

Yes, “all men are created equal”, but that doesn't mean we are all identical.

Lessons from the NBA’s Historic MVP

Nikola Jokic became the lowest draft pick to ever win the NBA MVP award. But it’s his exemplary character that distinguishes him most.

The Last Liberator of Auschwitz

David Dushman, a Jewish soldier for the Red Army who drove his tank through the electric fence at Auschwitz, has died.

Superman vs. the Nazis

When the Man of Steel’s Jewish creators got into a real-life feud with the Nazis.

Antisemitism in America

When Jews are attacked in America's streets, who speaks out?

Jewish Woman Photographing Resistance Fighters

Faye Schulman’s photographs are a rare glimpse into the life of Jewish partisan fighters during World War II.

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