American Aid Ship Heads to Gaza, but the System for Unloading It Still Isn’t in Place

An American vessel carrying aid intended for the Gaza has departed from Cyprus, the Pentagon said on Thursday, but the…


How Scammers Are Stealing Food Stamps From Struggling Americans

Something was very wrong with Jackie Kirks’s food stamp card. While standing at the checkout line in a cavernous Albertsons…


What Is ‘Queer Food’? A Conference Explores (and Tastes) Some Answers.

When Sasha DuBose uses the word “queer” to talk about food, it’s a verb, not an adjective. To Ms. DuBose,…


How to Make an Easy Picnic That Transports You to France

A pepper-crusted flank steak and French potato salad anchor this summery menu from David Tanis.


José Andrés Eulogizes 7 Aid Workers Killed in Gaza

The chef voiced “regret, sorrow and anger” at a Washington memorial for the workers slain while delivering food for his…


Second Boat Carrying Aid to Gaza Departs Cyprus

The second vessel from the World Central Kitchen left Cyprus for Gaza on Saturday, carrying badly needed food for Palestinians…


‘Famine Is Imminent’ in Northern Gaza, Report Warns

Experts anticipate a steep rise in malnutrition-related deaths in children in Gaza, according to a new report from a global…


Israel Allows Aid Directly Into North Gaza, Raising Hopes for More

The World Food Program delivery, containing food for 25,000 people, was the first since Oct. 7 to go directly from…


Kathy Goldman, Who Fought Hunger in New York City, Dies at 92

She helped introduce free breakfasts and lunches for schoolchildren and open pantries and soup kitchens for the poor.


U.N. Experts Say Gaza Is Close to Famine. What Does That Mean?

The aid delivery that ended in bloodshed this week showed the extent of Gazans’ desperation, with dozens killed after many…

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