Donald Liu, a prominent Jewish Chicago pediatric surgeon, drowned in Lake Michigan in an effort to save two children. He was remembered as a remarkable doctor and selfless hero.
Portraying a candidate in a high-stakes Arizona Democratic congressional primary as anti-Israel hasn’t succeeded in rallying local pro-Israel activists against her.
Sir Ludwig Guttmann, whose groundbreaking treatments provided the platform for what has become the Paralympics, is getting recognition at last.
Exactly 75 years after the first suicide jump off the Golden Gate Bridge, a San Francisco shul will hold a public memorial for the fallen. Does it suggest a new Jewish approach to suicide?
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