What’s really at stake in awarding a character prize to the French satirical weekly?
The once glorious club is in disarray and middling in the second-tier tables, with its last Champions League semifinal years behind
How EasyJet and anti-Zionism are turning British Jews into Israelis: part 5 of Tablet’s series on the U.K.
Why the political and cultural battles being fought here have nothing to do with what happened over there
A poem for Baltimore
A visit with Beat icon David Meltzer, still performing and confounding, still showing the way
Lower earners give more to charity than higher earners do. Maybe it’s time we all pitch in equally.
Settling scores, carving up estates, negotiating claims, in biblical law. Plus: A virgin is worth twice as much as a widow or divorcee.
A fascinating New York City museum exhibit looks at black women’s hair and nails. Don’t wait for the Jewish version.
Jonathan Eig examines the renegade Jewish biologist and his three co-crusaders who made having sex without having a baby possible
The Hobby Lobby decision was bleak—and the outlook is worse still
Christmas, the Contraception Mandate, and Jewish Law
The best way to erode religious liberty is to make it a partisan issue
Shmuley Boteach wants the government to extend blue laws and subsidize marriage counseling—and he’s running for Congress as a Republican
Ultraconservatives get it wrong on birth control: Americans should embrace Judaism’s nuanced approach rather than adhering to absolutes
Rick Santorum may not like it, but it has its benefits
What's really at stake in awarding a character prize to the French satirical weekly?
The photograph collection of a quiet Army veteran, long dead, dispels rosy myths of WWII
Victor Rodack dreamed of visiting Israel. In 1967, he found an unusual way to make his dream a reality.
Historian Jonathan Sarna discusses the Great Emancipator’s ties to a chiropodist, military men, and other Jews
Stories for Passover about slavery, freedom, family… and lice