Korva Coleman appears in the following:
Monday, December 09, 2013
Also: Defense Secretary Hagel arrives in Pakistan for critical talks; Thailand's prime minister dissolves government for new elections; former San Diego mayor Bob Filner to be sentenced on assault convictions; and a 21-foot gingerbread house with edible panels sets a world record.
Friday, December 06, 2013
Also: The jobless rate falls in November; hurricane-strength winds hit England; Biden demands North Korea end its nuclear program; Shanghai gets one of its worst smog events ever; and pot smokers will celebrate marijuana legalization in Washington state with a party today.
Thursday, December 05, 2013
Also: Dangerously cold temperatures swoop south across the U.S.; gale-force winds slam Scotland; civilians flee brutal violence in Central African Republic; an NBA game in Mexico City is called off after smoke fills the arena; and the Pentagon's online Santa tracker will also feature fighter jets.
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Also: Obama will discuss wage inequality in economic remarks today; Biden talking about China's new air defense zone; the 911 tapes from the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting will be released; and researchers discover a World War II Japanese sub off Hawaii.
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Also: Vice President Joe Biden's Asia trip is trickier after China's moves; a federal judge is to rule whether Detroit's bankruptcy can proceed; Venezuela is hit with another massive power outage; and an alleged joyrider wanted to steal a Seattle ferry to ride to Canada for his birthday.
Monday, December 02, 2013
Also: China launches a mission to the moon; officials in the Philippines increase the typhoon's death toll; Thailand's prime minister won't resign in face of continued protests; and the 12 Days of Christmas are more expensive thanks to the pricey "nine lords-a-leaping".
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Also: Jobless claims are lower but so are orders for durable goods; Microsoft is reportedly increasing security to evade NSA eavesdropping; the Italian senate may oust former premier Silvio Berlusconi; and the White House pardons two turkeys.
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Also: Some Syrian rebels won't attend new peace talks; France to send new troops to the Central African Republic; Florida Republicans urge lawmaker convicted of drug possession to quit; 2013 saw the fewest hurricanes in decades; and several retired hockey players sue the NHL over concussions.
Monday, November 25, 2013
Also: The next round of Syrian peace talks is set for January in Geneva; members of Congress are divided over the Iran nuclear agreement; a report on last year's Connecticut school shooting will be released; and an Australian family sets a world record using home Christmas lights.
Monday, November 11, 2013
Also: Veterans Day events; a senior Taliban leader is assassinated; a European satellite burns up as it falls back to Earth; Miss Universe 2013 is crowned; and there's a shortage of knishes.
Friday, November 08, 2013
Also: President Obama travels to New Orleans and Miami to promote U.S. exports; the FAA will introduce new rules to govern domestic drone use; Russia plans to lodge new charges against Greenpeace activists; and there'll be a moment of silence at checkpoints to honor a slain TSA agent.
Thursday, November 07, 2013
Also: A watchdog organization says Syria has dismantled another chemical weapons facility; Iran opens nuclear talks with the U.S. and other nations; a brilliant meteor surprises southern California; and evangelist Billy Graham turns 95 today.
Wednesday, November 06, 2013
Also: President Obama visits Dallas to raise money and speak about health care; a world weather agency says greenhouse gas emissions set a record last year; deadly blasts strike a Chinese provincial government office; and there's a winner in the World Series of Poker.
Tuesday, November 05, 2013
Also: The Senate blocks a filibuster of a bill outlawing workplace discrimination against gays and lesbians; a Bangladesh court sentences dozens of soldiers to death for mutiny; India launches a spacecraft to Mars; and will Houston voters back or sack the Astrodome?
Friday, November 01, 2013
Also: Documents hint that very few people enrolled in health care exchanges in the first two days after they opened; the Senate blocks two of Obama's nominees; the government eases a rule on flexible spending accounts; and police nab a wallaby frolicking in a London cemetery.
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Also: New food stamp cuts take effect tomorrow; a "sophisticated" drug tunnel is found between Mexico and the U.S.; Twitter is sued over an alleged private stock sale; and so many people tried to ride Turkey's new rail line under the Bosphorus Strait that it was disrupted.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Also: The government releases economic data today that will help set next year's cost of living increase for Social Security; Israel releases Palestinian prisoners and announces new settlement home building; and researchers squabble over the severed skull of a man thought to be a French king.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Also: The Medicare administrator will testify to a House panel about issues with the government's health exchange website; lawmakers compromise to defer flood insurance premium increases; former congressman Ike Skelton (D-Mo) dies; and apps for safe trick-or-treating.
Monday, October 28, 2013
Also: Spanish newspapers allege the NSA eavesdropped on millions of Spanish phone calls; a key computer server fails on the government's health care website; assailants attack Mexican power plants; and the Country Music Hall of Fame inducts Kenny Rogers, Bobby Bare and "Cowboy" Jack Clement.
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Also: Detroit unions and its emergency manager go to federal bankruptcy court; the Pope suspends a German bishop for controversial spending; the CDC is warning pet owners over jerky treats that could be tainted; and a teenager discovers a 3.85 carat rough diamond in an Arkansas park.