TruckBeat: "That's A Good Day"

TruckBeat wraps up its series on addiction in East Tennessee by heading out to Cornerstone of Recovery. There, we revisit Bubba Graczyk and Celeste Webb, who recently took us on a harrowing journey of their descent into addiction. This time, we hear about how their recovery has changed their perspective on themselves and others. And Jess tells us the story of Jason Goodman. After years of abusing cocaine and methamphetamines, Goodman says he's finally found a new life in recovery.
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The Method: Crustal Hijinks And The New Nuclear Power

All earthquakes are products of the dynamic planet we live on. They typically occur as massive slabs of the Earth's crust, called tectonic plates, bump against, over and past each other. But the East Coast isn’t anywhere near a plate boundary. So what causes the earthquakes we feel in Appalachia? A seismologist at the University of North Carolina thinks he might know. A team led by Dr. Berk Biryol examined the patterns of seismic waves passing through the North American continent, and...
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Sounds Of The Indy 500

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Government officials in charge of energy policy from around the world are scheduled to gather in San Francisco on Wednesday and Thursday for the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial. It's a conference to serve as a follow-up to December's climate change talks in Paris.

You could call it the parenting trap. Being a parent comes part and parcel with being judged by other parents. And parents aren't always shy about giving their opinions on others' parenting style — be it on parenting blogs, articles, books or at the playground.

Last year the major controversy was over "free-range parenting." This year, two parenting writers are offering new, and sometimes opposing, ideas.

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'Roots' Remake: Your Take

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A British museum has been searching for parts of the Lorenz cipher machine, used by the Nazis in World War II to send secret messages.

So when sharp-eyed museum volunteers happened upon what appeared to be a Lorenz teleprinter on eBay, it almost seemed too good to be true.

National Museum of Computing volunteer John Whetter went to Essex to investigate. There, he found "the keyboard being kept, in its original case, on the floor of a shed 'with rubbish all over it'," the BBC reports.

The U.N. Refugee Agency and Italian authorities say they fear at least 700 migrants have died in three separate shipwrecks in the Mediterranean since last Wednesday.

This comes amid a surge of migrants attempting to make the dangerous crossing between Libya and Italy, UNHCR spokesperson William Spindler tells The Two-Way. He adds that search and rescue teams have been able to save 14,000 people making the crossing during the past week.

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