The campaign advisor warned my mother: “You can’t win unless you campaign on Saturday.”
We cannot remain silent while a man this evil visits New York and addresses the UN.
Lying there on the gurney with the sirens blaring, I could no longer deny the reality.
Many young women are realizing just how damaging were her views.
Empathy takes work, but it’s the basis of human decency.
Judaism's approach to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
How the fundamental principles of his groundbreaking book can be found in Judaic sources.
Karen Huff Klein teaches us a valuable lesson for The Three Weeks.
A look behind the new phenomenon of mourners for hire and friends for rent.
What will you leave behind: an inheritance or a legacy?
It’s no accident that there are two different words in Hebrew for courage.
Fascinating research on how money can, indeed buy happiness -- when you don't spend it on yourself.
You don’t need to be religious to appreciate the dangers of the Internet.
Shin is the first person born and raised in a North Korean monstrous slave-labor prison to escape and tell his harrowing tale.
How simple ideas lead to scientific discoveries.
The world we build tomorrow is born in the stories we tell our children today.
It’s not your parents’ syrupy sweet beverage any more.
It took 55 years for this Holocaust survivor and unsung hero to get the Medal of Honor.
Would you notice one of the world's greatest violinists playing in the midst of rush hour?
Jacob Lew is appointed White House Chief of Staff. Is that good for the Jews?
As Holocaust refugees, my parents cherished their right and civic duty to vote.
Growing up, raising kids to be good Jews went hand-in-hand with raising them to be good Americans.
The Torah demands that we not judge the moral conduct of the people involved without knowing what they actually saw and did.
Coach Paterno may have followed the rules, but is that enough?
How Jewish guidelines of male-female relationships could have helped.
Sukkot is here and the search is over.
Jobs' wanted to better mankind with his gift. This spirit of creativity is central to Judaism.
Recognizing our shortcomings is the only way to achieve success in life.
My father survived the Nazis. Now he’s surviving the hospital that tried to kill him.
My Alzheimer's patients taught me the essence of who we really are.
The greatest civilizations eventually fall due to their own internal decay.
Radical Islam could be weakened by deploying the moral force of liberal democracy and equality.
We are not the ones who have the right to make that decision.
What does it take to realize that the world is my responsibility?