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

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

Jewish Genius and Bret Stephens

Don't confuse racism with hard-earned excellence.

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.

The Hanukkah Expulsion of American Jews

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

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.

Secrets of Success from America's Best Defense Attorney

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

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.

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.

Hospice: A Jewish View

Angel of mercy or angel of death? A cautionary tale.

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.

Sacha Baron Cohen, Facebook and Antisemitism

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

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.

The Song of the Lion

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

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.

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?

Hitler’s Teeth

The remarkable tale of Elena Rzhevskaya, the Jew who identified the fuehrer’s remains – and sat on the secret for decades.

The Song of the Ant

Studying the habits of the busiest creature on earth.

Keanu Reeves' Grey-Haired Girlfriend

Why women are so obsessed with looking young. (Hint: Don’t blame men.)

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.

Even in Auschwitz: Choosing the Possible

Dr. Edith Eva Eger, a Holocaust survivor and trauma expert, channels her experience to help others learn to move past suffering.

Growing Up with Anne Frank

Mindful of the pledge I made to our murdered relatives and friends, I know I've done far too little.

I Don't Like My Son's Teacher

Should I push to have him switched to another class or let him stay with his friends and make peace with the situation?

My Encounter with al-Baghdadi’s Victims

Shabbat dinner with three Yazidi women from Iraq.

Lampooning Hitler: Jojo Rabbit Anti-Hate Satire

Award-winning director Taika Waititi skewers the banality of evil in his latest film.

The Best Things in Life are Not Things

How the holiday of Sukkot contains the key to finding happiness.

The Difference between Success and Happiness

Sukkot and the shortage of psychiatrists in Silicon Valley.

Blessed are the Retractors

Remember that study showing religious children are more selfish than non-religious kids? Turns out it was wrong.

Yom Kippur & the Power of Granting Forgiveness

Stop giving so much credit to the person who hurt you. Discover the greatest gift of liberation you can give yourself.

A Very Brady Temple

The original six Brady children reunited for A Very Brady Renovation. It's time for Jews to unite for an even more elaborate renovation project.

Authors Snubbing Israel

Hundreds of authors are taking a stand in favor of boycotting Israel.

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