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60 Years Later: Eichmann in Jerusalem

Let me introduce myself. I am a proud child of two Holocaust survivors. I was a young girl when the Eichmann trial began in Yerushalayim. One day during the course…

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The Other Abraham Accords

For months now, coverage has abounded on Israel’s newly forged ties with Gulf States with the hope that the peace treaties will pave the way to an era of détente…

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Coronavirus Probe: WHO, What, and When?

Findings of the WHO investigative mission to Wuhan In January, a team of 10 international experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) arrived in China on a 28-day mission. Their…

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Covering All Bases

David Shoen On Essential Religion It was a subtle motion that spoke louder than words, proclaiming loud and clear that his religious observance is essential, a core aspect of who…

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What’s Going to Be With the GOP?

Family feuds can be the most difficult to resolve. The present struggle over how the Republican Party will define itself in the wake of the Trump presidency seems to fit…

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Shabbos on Trial

David Schoen may have come to the Capitol to argue on the former President’s behalf, but much of the Orthodox (and non-Orthodox) world was preoccupied with questions regarding his putting…

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Turning Down the Heat on Impeachment

The now closed impeachment of former President Donald Trump presents a unique conundrum. While most votes in the Senate had been predecided on political lines before the trial began, any…

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Where Is the Flu?

It’s a serious question. Every year millions of Americans are urged to vaccinate against influenza (aka the flu), and while this disease is not quite the threat that COVID-19 has…

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The GameStop Game

In a matter of days, the video game retailer GameStop seized national attention when, despite increasing challenges to its business model, its stock price began to soar to unprecedented highs.…

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Big Tech’s Big Mess

The modern era has brought its fair share of political role reversals. For most of the second half of the 20th century, freedom of expression was a priority of the…

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COVID Vaccines: Short Supply or Shortsighted?

As the crushing effects of the COVID pandemic and uncertainty about its trajectory raised national anxiety to high levels, murmurs that the virus could be beaten back with a vaccine…

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How a House Divided Can Stand

Recent days have ushered in a period of questions for the future of America’s Congress in vastly different forms. Hours before the nation learned that the Capitol was overrun by…

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Tracking the New Coronavirus Strain

News of an emerging new strain of the novel coronavirus has led to many questions and concerns. First detected in England about a month ago, it has quickly appeared in…

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