March 31, 2020

Columnists

While looking for love in a pandemic, it's best to take a page out of the Rebbe's book.
When we think of epic events that have influenced our lives in recent years, we think of 9/11 and the 2008 financial crisis. But as horrible as those were, the coronavirus crisis is on another level.
What happens when a married couple spends too much time at home together? Divorce, apparently.
Many wished for a slower and easier life – the pandemic has slowed us to a halt.
Making calls after my diagnosis showed me how the exponential spread works.
Having been told my entire life that I’m “white” and that my grandparents “came from Russia,” I fully agree. Why wasn’t I ever told that I come from Judea?
We need to think proactively about the future and plan ahead with medications, food and supplies for the elderly.
Social-distancing reminded one woman of how wonderful her Jewish community is.
Israel is drawing on a trifecta of an unparalleled biotech industry, honed skills of mobilizing in response to threat and the Jewish value of taking care of one another.
The genocide expert says Amazon must not renew it for a second season.
The amount of sheer panic that seems to be roiling the public is overstated based on the available information, says Ben Shapiro.
We’ve turned away from the unfinished work of feminism.
Seek out those who are suffering with this and talk with them, if not in person, then via email or phone. They might be in Israel, New York, next door or in the bed next to you.
It’s not easy to persuade people to change habits, especially when those habits are an expression of a certain love that cannot be contained.
He is from one of the oldest communities living in the land. But this was the first time he could vote.
Even the Coronavirus couldn't stop this newscycle.
Iran is now second only to China in coronavirus-related deaths.
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