Why ‘zero tolerance’ didn’t stop immigrants from coming to US

Asylum-seeking migrants are taken to a van by U.S. Border Patrol agent after they crossed the Rio Bravo river, in El Paso, Texas, U.S., as seen from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, April 6, 2022. Photo by REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez.

The Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy split up thousands of families. The government still can’t find the parents of at least 150 kids, says the Atlantic’s Caitlin Dickerson.

The Inflation Reduction Act incentivizes farmers to make their land more sustainable and use less greenhouse emissions. A decade from now, California agriculture will likely scale down.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is still struggling to repair its image a year after the LA Times revealed that the group had no Black members.

SoulCycle is planning to close roughly a quarter of its gyms, while Peloton is laying off 800 employees. With inflation, people are choosing cheaper exercise options and diversifying their workouts.