“Coffee doesn’t pay for many of the hundreds of thousands of Central American farmers who produce the delicate arabica beans for the world’s finest grounds. Increasingly, they are giving up, becoming part of a broader migrant flow to the U.S.-Mexico border that U.S. data shows has hit a record high this year.” Reuters with an interesting look at how a coffee crisis in Central America is fueling a record exodus north. (With climate change getting worse, this is just a warmup.)