Canada and the United States agree to new rules governing asylum-seekers crossing their shared border. / NPR

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the two countries must "double down" on their shared values while facing China. / Politico

American intelligence officials expect a slew of new assets due to the unpopularity of Russia's invasion of Ukraine—and likely will resettle them in the US. / 1843 Magazine

A look at what all three branches of government accomplished in the past week. / Wake Up to Politics

Teenagers sue the state of Montana for failing to maintain and improve the environment "for present and future generations." / The New York Times

Five nominees are selected for the "International Mollusc of the Year 2023." / tbg

See also: "What happens to the pets that happen to you." / Harper's

Experts offer advice on what Adidas should do with all those unsold Yeezy sneakers. / Outside

Reading James Bridle suggests "the mind of a computer is just one of many — a way of being on Earth, among others." / GROW

A new religion (or something?) plans to meet the moment "when AI will transform every aspect of our lives." / Theta Noir

Christoph Niemann says the internet has shown him people are more visually intelligent than previously believed. / Colossal

Profile of a young woman who was accepted by 54 colleges and got $1.3 million in scholarship offers. / The Washington Post

Rachel Heng: After becoming fatherless and homeless, "I'm still reckoning with how rootlessness has shaped my life." / Esquire

Some gobsmacking images of the sun. / Kottke