Elie Wiesel, the voice of 6 million Jews who were murdered during the Holocaust at the hands of the Nazis, may be gone but he will never be forgotten.
Lincoln’s lessons of leading by example and taking on entrenched policies at great personal and professional peril has always guided me.
It’s ironic that women are a majority of our population and vote in higher numbers than men, but we still lag way behind in the number of elected officials.
Nancy Reagan saved lives by sharing her own personal story with others.
The people of Hungary are why “Son of Saul” became a hit at the Cannes Film Festival and the Golden Globes and why it won an Oscar.
Dear Suzy, Every year since you passed away in 1980, I’ve written a letter thanking you for having been the most wonderful sister, and the inspiration for taking me on a...
In 2016 the challenges for political campaigns on all levels and in every venue is how best to connect and message to women.
I can attest first hand to the value of the charitable deduction.
The trouble with these new mammogram recommendations is that many women do not know if they are at “average” risk or a much higher risk because they are not informed about...
The woman who vowed to find a cure for breast cancer in honor of her sister Susan G. Komen tells her story.