Messages from Your Loved Ones After They’re Gone

Obsessed with death, a child of a Holocaust survivor creates an app that enables you to leave meaningful messages to loved ones.

Should I Tell My Kids that I have Cancer?

Since my prognosis is good, I want to avoid telling my children and spare them from unnecessary anxiety.

Proclaim Liberty: How the Hebrew Bible Molded America

The Hebrew Bible indelibly molded the American founding, and its influence remains a part of its national story.

The Day Fox News was On in My Gym

Harshness of our public dialogue is being driven by hardline ideologues who see the world through lenses so thick that they can’t understand each other's views.

With Strings Attached

My boyfriend’s family showers us with gifts and money and expect a say in the most important issues in our life.

World War II Hero Speaks Out

Robert Hilliard wants us to follow his courageous example of standing up for what’s right.

Mommy, You’re Fat!

The cultural obsession with image and size is everywhere, and so are the destructive ramifications.

5 Toxic Conversation Starters

How to bring back civility and respect in our conversation.

Harvard’s Mistake

Doesn’t Harvard believe in forgiveness and redemption?

Kyle Kashuv and the Limits of Forgiveness

Harvard rescinds the acceptance of young man who survived the Parkland shootings for racist statements he made as a teen and has since regretted.

Not Invited

I was taken aback by not being invited to a friend’s wedding.

Keanu Reeves Doesn’t Touch Women

In photo after photo a viral post shows the actor not touching women.

“The Emperor’s New Clothes” and the Imposter Syndrome

His clothing would be invisible to anyone who was unfit for his position.

Shmoozing with Sir Paul McCartney

It was surreal. Here I was actually chatting with this living music legend, and he was listening!

Help! My Sister-in-Law Hates Me

My sister-in-law is rude and hostile and something has got to change.

The Teen Who Got Oregon to Mandate Teaching the Holocaust

Thanks to a 14 year old student and a Holocaust survivor who became her mentor, Oregon schools have a new mandate to teach the Holocaust.

Just Breathe: Am I Worthy?

If deep down you think you’re garbage, you’ll treat yourself like garbage.

What’s the Wealthiest Place in the World?

It’s not the banks or the gold mines. It’s the graveyard.

What to Say (and Not Say) When There are No Words

How to best interact with someone going through a crisis.

Mount Everest and Mount Sinai

It is not the mountain that we conquer but it is ourselves.

Remembering Judith Kerr, Author of 'When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit'

The best-selling children’s book author about a Jewish girl fleeing Nazi Germany has died aged 95 in Britain.

Burial, Cremation and Baseball

A rabbi’s unusual argument for convincing a mourner to give his mother a proper Jewish burial.

Rashida Tlaib’s Four Lies about Palestinians and the Holocaust

Palestinians are complicit in perpetrating Jewish suffering.

Kate Smith and the Game of Thrones' Latte

A Starbucks latte in medieval England is merely ludicrous. Destroying lives and legacies without taking into account historic context is a far more serious distortion.

Mel Gibson’s Chutzpah

It’s bad enough to make a film about a dysfunctional family that alludes to a wealthy Jewish family. But casting Mel Gibson as the sinister grandfather? Come on.

Should I Leave My So-So Marriage?

I was resigned to my mediocre marriage until I met a divorced man with whom I’m having so much fun.

Dropping Out of Harvard Law School in 1947 to Help Jewish Refugees

An article in Time Magazine convinced Harold Katz to volunteer to help Jews illegally immigrate to Israel.

Rocking My Crown: Highs and Lows of Covering My Hair

I walk around in this world with a constant awareness of who I am as a married Jewish woman – off limits to other intimate relationships.

Audrey Hepburn, Teenage Spy

A new book sheds light on the Hollywood star’s heroic wartime activities.

Jewish Wishes for the Royal Baby

A Bishop welcomes the newest royal baby with a Jewish twist.

Instagram and the Holocaust

An Instagram campaign is bringing home the death of one girl -- and six million other Jews - one compelling post at a time.

Doing Jewish and Responding to Terror

Jews around the world are pledging to do more Jewish acts after the shooting in California.

Judah Samet: Dodging Bullets Again

70 years after surviving three Holocaust death trains, Judah Samet narrowly escaped the Tree of Life shooting in Pittsburgh. An exclusive look at his fascinating life.

Jews Shouldn't have to Pay with their Lives to Gather in Prayer

We need our leaders to work together to stop the hate — all hate — from the far right to the far left.

Notre Dame’s Surprising Jewish Treasures

The destroyed cathedral still retains priceless art depicting Jewish heritage in France.

Should I Marry Him?

I really like him but he’s so different from the person I always imagine I’d marry.

Bigger than Basketball

Off the court, NBA superstar Dwayne Wade has quietly transformed lives.

Suicide: A Society in Conflict

Recent events highlight America’s inconsistent views on suicide.

Lost World of Yiddish Theater

Broadway’s Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish recalls a world of thriving Yiddish theater in New York and beyond.

Interview with Man who Saved a Life on a New York Bridge

Tuli Abraham’s quick actions saved a man about to jump to his death.

We All Have a Price

Contrary to what we may tell ourselves, it could be us splashed across the front pages of every newspaper.

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