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Justin Tupper, vice president of the U.S. Cattle Association, explains the impact inflation has had on the food supply.
Independent journalist Ali Bradley reports on migrant encounters at the southern border.
Data science professor Liberty Vittert examines the gap between available jobs and workers to fill those positions.
Windsor, Ontario Mayor Drew Dilkens details his efforts to ease the protests in his city.
Wharf Cigar Store manager Lonnie Rehs shares what it’s been like to keep up with demand as Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow makes his products trendy in Cincinnati.