Gaza medical officials say Israeli strike kills 4 foreign aid workers, driver after delivering food

DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip — An apparent Israeli airstrike killed four international aid workers with the World Central Kitchen charity and their Palestinian driver late Monday, hours after the group brought in a new shipload of food by a maritime route the United States has hoped would be an alternative lifeline for northern Gaza, isolated and pushed to the brink of famine by Israel’s offensive.

Sailor’s remains identified 82 years after Pearl Harbor

On Dec. 7, 1941, the USS California, the flagship of the Navy’s Pacific Fleet, was moored on “battleship row” at Pearl Harbor when it was struck by Japanese torpedoes and bombs. The ship caught fire, flooded and sank over the course of three days, and 103 crew members were killed.

Trump Media lost $58 million on $4 million in sales last year

Donald Trump’s net worth tumbled by $1 billion along with the shares of his social media business after it disclosed a more than $58 million loss in 2023, as revenue for the former president’s Truth Social platform trickled in. Trump Media &Technology Group Corp.’s stock fell 21% Monday to $48.66 per share, below the $49.95 level where the blank-check vehicle it merged with was trading a week ago. Trump owns 57% of the company, according to the filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, with his stake now worth $3.76 billion on paper. The slump takes his net worth to $6.4 billion, a fall of 14%, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Let’s Talk Food: My favorite knives

Yes, I have a weakness for knives. When I see a knife that looks interesting, odds are that I will purchase it. I have been to many knife and sword shops in Japan, just intrigued at the craftsmanship in knife making. My son is the same way, so we have a collection of knives for every possible use: a sashimi, citrus, bread, several chef’s, several paring, a couple of bird beak, utility, boning, santoku and nakiri knives.