Iranians just commemorated the one-year anniversary of the death of Mahsa Amini, the 22-year-old Iranian girl who was arrested for not wearing her hijab properly and was beaten and died in custody.
On the 30th anniversary of the Oslo Accords, a new book by Gidi Grinstein with Ari Afilalo reveals the bewildering complexities behind the peace process and argues for a future that marries hope with hard realism.
Moved by the death of her cousin in the Yor Kippur War, years later photographer Hallie Lerman traveled to Israel to find out how he died. On the war’s fiftieth anniversary, we revisit her story and her book.
While Jews generally attend synagogue during the High Holy Days, the reality is that many of them are just not into prayer. How can synagogues reinvent themselves to welcome them during the rest of the year?
A new university in Austin, Texas is aiming to shake up academia by reviving the fearless pursuit of truth.
Under Marissa Streit’s leadership, PragerU has grown to become a powerhouse conservative voice, with their five-minute videos garnering nearly two billion views in 2022. How did she do it?
A four-day family trip to Maui brought us to a nightmare inferno and then to a little miracle, thanks to a Chabad couple at Maui Kosher Farm.
Marty Peretz’s new memoir, “The Controversialist: Arguments with Everyone, Left Right and Center,” takes us back to a time when intellectual rigor, civil discourse and vigorous debate ruled the day.
Founded by Yossi and Chaya Segelman, Our Big Kitchen Los Angeles (OBKLA) does more than provide homemade meals to Angelenos in need. It has become a communal gathering place for volunteers.
Now that the Knesset has shut down for the summer, there is a new anxiety in the air, an apprehension about what will happen next. Will the prophets of doom triumph over the prophets of optimism?