April 28: Norma Carpenter, 71, stands in the wreckage of her living room in Catoosa County, Ga. A tornado swept through the day before.
May 12, 2011 Even as tornadoes headed toward their command center last month, controllers in Georgia kept guiding planes around the twisters.
April 21, 2011 People can adapt to overnight work, but it is very hard to do. On their days off, people who work nights tend to switch back to the daytime schedules their friends and families keep. The switching dogs them when it is time to go back to work.
April 18, 2011 In the first hour of Talk of the Nation, changes for air traffic controllers, and the opinion page looks at resolving the conflict in Libya. In the second hour, Henry Louis Gates talks about his documentary, Black in Latin America, and Ruy Teixeira on the growing Hispanic population in the U.S.
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