The Bob Newhart peace plan.
The empty chair that spooked a superpower.
A report from the future: in a ceremony last night, the 2015 prize was awarded to Barack Obama, John Kerry, Mohammed Zarif, and Hassan Rouhani. (Or was it?)
The pontificating author who hid his Nazi past is dead.
Is the 2014 Nobel Prize-winner’s work really driven by the legacy of the Holocaust in France? Or is it more personal?
Patrick Modiano, recently awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, has made French Jewry, and the Holocaust, the main subjects of his four-decade literary career. Much. . .
Why the disproportionate number of Jews with Nobel prizes? The latest answer—genetic adaptation—is insufficient, and no one has identified how it works.
The award of Nobel prizes to two Israeli scientists living in the U.S. has ignited talk of a brain drain from Israel. There is a. . .