Korva Coleman appears in the following:
Monday, January 06, 2014
Also: German leader Angela Merkel injures herself in a skiing accident; reports indicate JP Morgan will pay billions of dollars to settle charges linked to Bernard Madoff; former NBA star Dennis Rodman returns to North Korea; and an Indianapolis Colts fan photobombs a Kansas City Chiefs picture.
Thursday, January 02, 2014
Also: Former Israel prime minister Ariel Sharon is said to be deterorating; hackers strike Skype and Snapchat; people are still missing from yesterday's big apartment fire in Minneapolis; and recreational marijuana is now legal to sell in Colorado.
Wednesday, January 01, 2014
Also: A terminally ill lawyer convicted of aiding terrorism is freed; U.S. stock markets set records in 2013; while peace talks open for South Sudan, bloody fighting continues; and passengers aboard a ship stuck in Antarctic ice ring in the New Year.
Monday, December 30, 2013
Also: A German magazine alleges the NSA infiltates some technology companies' data; a very strong cyclone will hit Australia; the home of the German ambassador to Greece is hit by gunfire; and Justice Sonia Sotomayor will push the ball drop in New York's Times Square on New Year's Eve.
Friday, December 27, 2013
Also: There's video of a ship still trapped in Antarctic ice; the final Connecticut police report on the Newtown shootings will be released today; hackers can access phone numbers on social media site, Snapchat; and piranhas attack swimmers in Argentina.
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Also: Tens of thousands of customers still lack power in the U.S. and Canada from an ice storm days ago; Turkey's leader changes his cabinet after three ministers resign in a corruption scandal; a ship is still stuck in Antarctic ice; and a reenactment of Washington crossing the Delaware.
Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Also: The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan says two rockets land in embassy grounds in Kabul; the U.N. Security Council orders thousands more peacekeepers to South Sudan; a teenager is the youngest American man to ski to the South Pole; and a cabbie in Las Vegas returns $300,000 left in his backseat.
Friday, December 20, 2013
Also: The Senate reaches a deal to move presidential nominations forward; Russian financier Mikhail Khodorkovsky is freed after Putin's pardon; a credit rating agency cuts the European Union's rating; and a truck spills thousands of roasts on a Georgia highway, triggering a "ham jam".
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Also: The Senate gets ready to pass a bipartisan budget deal; former NBA star Dennis Rodman is returning to North Korea; a government report finds fewer teens are using synthetic marijuana; and a Chinese hospital opens a "smog clinic".
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Also: The Senate approves the nomination of Jeh Johnson as Homeland Security Secretary; Angela Merkel is re-elected to her third term as Germany's Chancellor; wintry weather continues in the Plains and Northeast; and University of Illinois students sing for Dial-A-Carol.
Friday, December 13, 2013
Also: The fear of Friday the 13th; the Senate continues its slowed down marathon nomination process; the Philippines raises the death toll from Typhoon Haiyan; and London will get its first whiskey distillery since all were closed more than a century ago.
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Also: Time Magazine names Pope Francis "Person of the Year"; federal investigators open hearing into deadly San Francisco plane crash; millions of children around the world don't have birth certificates; and the deaf interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial service is called a fake.
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.
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.
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".
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?