From the Mind of Larry David, a Play About Nothing

Larry David has always been concerned with etiquette. Jesse Oxfeld ponders how to politely respond to the comic legend’s hugely hyped —  and completely mediocre — Broadway debut.

Bintel Brief: Ask Ron Dermer

For this week’s Bintel Brief, we’re proud to have Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer answering your letters.

Republicans Cave on Fast Track of Bill To Block Iran Nuclear Deal

Republican U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday postponed plans to debate and vote next week on a bill that would require President Barack Obama to submit any nuclear agreement with Iran for Congress’ approval.

Palestinians Vote To Suspend Security Cooperation With Israel

Leaders of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), led by President Mahmoud Abbas, decided on Thursday to stop all forms of security coordination with Israel, Palestinian officials said.

'When Blood Ran Red' Drama Wins Playwriting Prize

Montreal-based Ben Gonshor won the first-ever The David and Clare Rosen Memorial Play Contest for his historical drama “When Blood Ran Red.”

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