COVERING THE COVERAGE
EDITORIALS

Balm for America’s Wounds

I was among those who were conflicted and uncertain about their vote right up to Election Day when I filled out my mail-in ballot. I knew that I could not in good conscience vote for President Trump, but was not sure if I could vote for Joe Biden in good conscience...

Rabbi Sacks, the Snow, and Our Common Humanity

Sometimes weather matches the mood of the day. While a winter storm softly drops several inches of snow outside my home on November 8, I encounter in my inbox the unexpected news of the death of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. Suddenly my warm and well-lit house feels colder...

Emotional Closeness in Desperate Times

In a day when secular trends appear to be spreading rapidly and religious observances are not always respected for the powerful role they can play, a new multi-national study shows that adherents may not only grow closer to God but also to their romantic partners when...