After Sri Lanka Attacks, Islamist Group Blamed And Victims Named
Sri Lankans mourned the deaths of nearly 300 people who were caught in Easter Sunday's coordinated church and hotel bombings. Officials blamed the National Thowfeek Jamaath, a local militant group.
SCOTUS And The Census: Taking Up The Citizenship Question
The Supreme Court will review a challenge to the citizenship question on the U.S. census. We look ahead to what's at stake.
These Creatives Work Together With Algorithms And Robots To Make Their Art
Art and artificial intelligence. How humans and machines are collaborating on paintings, music compositions and more.
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Visit Auschwitz For The Questions That Follow You Home
The horrors of the camp build up inside you until your soul becomes as toxically saturated as a seabird gasping...
Presidential Power And The Obligations Of Faithfulness
In our system where presidential powers are vague and evolving, norms provide a pivotal set of constraints to presidential...
Alone, Late At Night, With Notre Dame
The foreignness of Paris rebuffed me but the cathedral gave me pockets of quiet comfort, writes Sarah Ruth Bates.
Are Non-Jews Who Host A Seder Sharing Jewish Culture Or Hijacking It?
Many Seders this week will be held by Christians, writes Rich Barlow. Sharing customs, if done properly, might promote some...
Ah, To Be Old, Male And Single | With Natasha Lyonne
When it comes to dating, Amy Cohen says this: "We all need to be reincarnated as an older Jewish man with an apartment on the Upper East Side.” Natasha Lyonne...
Comfort, If Not A Cure | With Nazanin Boniadi
How much can you give of yourself before it’s too much? And what do you do when you reach your limit? Nazanin Boniadi ("Hotel Mumbai") reads Tara Ebrahimi's essay.