Cheryl Jacobson, a diminutive Pentagon warrior, has much to teach us about coping with catastrophe.
Most interactions are with people whose private pain is hidden from us. How can we make sure that we do not add to their distress with a harsh word?
On a bus targeted by a terrorist, a 16-year-old girl faces death.
For me, Wednesday, October 17, was a day that started in tragedy and ended in celebration.
Lessons from the murder of Daniel Pearl.
Living with a new sense of palpable fear, a resident of the Jewish Quarter in Jerusalem's Old City describes how she soothes her over-wrought nerves.
A new poll reveals surprises that undermine the stereotype.
The whole world condemns Israel. What else is new?
Terrorist bombs kill innocent people. They also leave wounds for life.