In the darkened stairwell of One World Trade Center, one man taught the world the meaning of friendship and loyalty.
The personal miracle of a rescue worker buried beneath the rubble of the Twin Towers.
Is it ethical to sell blood plasma?
Is it ethical to trick competitors into revealing secrets?
Is playing the market unethical?
Starting a new job is no easy task when you have a title to live up to.
Should I tell the teacher about a suspected thief?
An American Jew tries to stem the tide with few resources and an overwhelming caseload.
Should I convince my friend to forgive and forget?
There are a variety of potentially problematic concepts that come into play when evaluating managed care according to Jewish values.
Can I take advantage of a discount if I'm not sure I'm entitled?
Is it okay to mislead if it doesn't lead to any damage?
One morning my heart stopped and at age 37 I died. Here is the story of my demise, my physical recovery and my spiritual rebirth.
Do I have to honor my father even after he cheated me?
When is a compromise unfair?
As a lawyer, life can be an endless game of billing time. What happens to those non-billable hours?
How can business create a structure that contributes to social responsibility?
Mr. Feuerstein is a legend in the corporate world. His company is now bankrupt and he doesn't regret a thing.
Should I tell the teacher that my classmates cheated on an exam?
Can I take action based on a student's private letter?
Money, kids and the sudden discovery of being Jewish. An interview with the authors of "Silver Spoon Kids."
How do I relate to my seemingly pious neighbor's criminal acts?
Norma survived both attacks on the World Trade Center and she believes she knows why.
My real estate agent doesn't know I rented the apartment she found for me.
Elliott Gould discusses Jewish identity, education and the risks and benefits of being an actor in this candid interview.
Getting published without getting credit.
Confessions of an unbalanced mom. An excerpt from the new book, "Life's Work."
Customers feel they're being cheated by my prompt service. Can I shlep out the repairs?
Is it ethical to make a false claim to get money you rightly deserve?
Isn't the Biblical ideal to engage in productive activity, not in trade where each person tries to take advantage of the other?
When a patient has a medical condition that will endanger others, should the doctor tell?
If I demand a receipt for a "cash-only" job, who's cheating whom?
Is it ethical to market pricey extended warranties that most people don't need?
A Beverly Hills insurance broker applies savvy techniques to charitable giving.
Do I have to pay first-rate prices for second-rate service?
How much of a sacrifice do I need to make to pay off debt?
Cheri Morgan has dedicated her life to helping others.
Can I accept gifts from my grateful but impoverished clients?
Am I encouraging tax evasion when I patronize a "cash only" business?
Is it ethical to promote lottery tickets?
Do I have to pay a contractor for unnecessary work?
Should you be skydiving for fun? Working as a bodyguard for a living? Judaism has a system to evaluate such risks.
Is it ethical to steal bases? A special column for Purim.
Can I hire a domestic worker away from her current employer?
Does an employer who runs a restaurant have the right to discontinue the policy of providing free meals?
A relentless activist for special needs children now faces her own bout with cancer.
Does an expert witness have to be impartial?
Can animals uphold moral standards?
Two fans claim ownership of the baseball Barry Bonds hit for his record-setting 73rd homer. How might Jewish law decide the case?
If a job was harder than we expected, does the contractor deserve a little extra?