Korva Coleman

Korva Coleman appears in the following:

Top Stories: Armenians Remember Their Dead A Century Later

Friday, April 24, 2015

Also: Commemorations of the WW1 Gallipoli offensive are held; prosecutors rest in the penalty phase of the Boston Marathon bombing trial; and China cracks down on funeral strippers.


Top Stories: More Airstrikes In Yemen; Gen. Petraeus Faces Sentencing

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Also: The European Union holds a summit on the migrant crisis; a report says North Korea may have several nuclear warheads; and Puerto Rico's government could shut down over financial problems.


Top Stories: Baltimore Protests Brutality Case; Dog Drives Tractor

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Also: Loretta Lynch will finally get a confirmation vote; an international watchdog fears 30,000 migrants may die this year at sea; and this is the 100th anniversary of the use of chemical weapons.


Top Stories: Ex-Egypt Leader Sentenced; Blue Bell Recall Expands

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Also: The penalty phase of the Boston Marathon bombing trial will begin; a German murder trial opens for the alleged "Bookkeeper of Auschwitz" and a Japanese maglev train reaches 375 mph.


Top Stories: Ex-IMF Chief Arrested; Space Station Espresso

Friday, April 17, 2015

Also: Pope Francis may visit Cuba this fall; Tennessee lawmakers won't make the Bible the official state book; and it's true: the worst traffic in the world is in Jakarta, not New York City.


Top Stories: Wider Search For Missing Jet; Calls To Raise Sunken Ferry

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Also: Fast food workers demonstrate in U.S., calling for better wages; dogs in the upper Midwest are getting sick with flu; and only the Dalai Lama will decide if he'll reincarnate.


Top Stories: Boston Bombings Anniversary; Sterling Wins Assets Case

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Also: Same sex marriage moves forward in Guam; a new settlement is proposed in the concussion lawsuit against the NCAA; and the U.S. will identify the unknowns killed on the USS Oklahoma.


Top Stories: Novelist Günter Grass Dies; China Limits Shenzhen Travelers

Monday, April 13, 2015

Also: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is expected to announce his GOP presidential bid; ISIS claims control of Iraq's biggest oil refinery; and a daredevil climbs one of Dubai's tallest skyscrapers.


Top Stories: Iran Wants End To Sanctions; French TV Hacked

Thursday, April 09, 2015

Also: A Secret Service officer is put on leave; the U.N. says only one third of countries meet global education goals; and thieves steal hundreds of pounds of gold from a Mexican mine.


Top Stories: Ferguson Election; British Jewel Theft

Wednesday, April 08, 2015

Also: A federal judge won't overturn his stay on President Obama's immigration action; forecasters are predicting dangerous Midwestern weather; and fix your busted gadget for free at a Repair Fair.


Top Stories: Obama Discusses Iran Accord; Iraq Mass Graves

Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Also: Kentucky senator Rand Paul is expected to announce he's running for President; there's been a multi-ship collision on the Mississippi River; and it's election day in Chicago and Ferguson, Mo.


Top Stories: 'Rolling Stone' Failed On Rape Story; Yemen Relief Aid

Monday, April 06, 2015

Also: Jurors will soon deliberate the Boston Marathon bombing case; Palestinians flee a refugee camp in Damascus after militant attacks; and the average major league baseball player earns millions.


Top Stories: More On European Crash; Deadly Kenyan Attack Ends

Friday, April 03, 2015

Also: Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will have a July hearing on his desertion charge; President Obama visits Utah; and there'll be a brief lunar eclipse tomorrow.


Top Stories: Kenyan College Attacked; Yemen Fighting Intensifies

Thursday, April 02, 2015

Also: A Russian fishing trawler capsizes, killing dozens of people; a typhoon headed for the Philippines loses strength; and Crystal Cathedral televangelist Robert Schuller is critically ill.


Top Stories: Iran Nuclear Talks Latest; Germanwings Crash

Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Also: South Korea charges a suspect with trying to kill the U.S. ambassador; Indian companies race to include women on their boards; and the creator of the Pet Rock fad has died.


Top Stories: Indiana's New Religion Law; Iran Nuclear Talks

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Also: A Japanese municipality approves same sex marriage; Arizona's governor vetoes a bill shielding police identification after a shooting; and a solar powered plane makes its latest stop in China.


Top Stories: Iran Nuclear Talks; Germanwings Crash; New Daily Show Host

Monday, March 30, 2015

Also: Prosecutors may rest their case in the Boston Marathon bombing trial; Saudi-led airstrikes continue in Yemen; and the owner of two pink chickens is found in Oregon.


Top Stories: More On Crash Co-Pilot; Reid Won't Seek Re-Election

Friday, March 27, 2015

Also: The House has passed a bill ending fee cuts to Medicare doctors; Indiana Gov. Pence authorizes a limited needle exchange program; and astronaut Scott Kelly heads for space for a year's stay.


Top Stories: Co-Pilot Likely Crashed Plane; Saudis Attack In Yemen

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Also: The U.S.-led coalition starts airstrikes in Tikrit; suspected tornadoes strike parts of Oklahoma; and Zayn Malik quits the popular boy-band, One Direction.


Top Stories: European Plane Crash; Food Companies Heinz, Kraft To Merge

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Also: Afghanistan's president will address Congress today; law officers are killed in two states; and a Sudanese chess master overcomes war hardships.