Korva Coleman

Korva Coleman appears in the following:

Top Stories: Canadian Election Results; White House Astronomy Night

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Also: A senior Hamas leader is detained and accused of inciting attacks against Israelis; Ohio suspends executions after it can't find lethal injection drugs; and new drone rules are proposed.


Top Stories: The GOP Courts Religious Voters; Protecting Your 401(k)

Monday, October 19, 2015

Also: There've been several church fires in St. Louis in two weeks; nobody seems interested in voting in Egypt; and a jilted bride's family serves the reception dinner to homeless families instead.


Top Stories: Turkey Shoots Down Drone; Israeli Palestinian Violence

Friday, October 16, 2015

Also: Malaysia accuses a man of hacking U.S. data and giving it to ISIS; the Mets are going to the NLCS; and a large bee swarm twice delays a flight leaving Dallas.


Top Stories: Some U.S. Troops To Stay In Afghanistan; Baltimore Protest

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Also: The U.S. will send some troops to Cameroon to monitor Boko Haram; Myanmar signs a partial truce with some rebel groups; and a bear is killed in eastern Russia after blundering into a mall.


Top Stories: Democratic Presidential Debate; Israeli Palestinian Violence

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Also: This year's National Book Award nominees are announced; Japan will restart a second nuclear reactor; and it's true: the Chicago Cubs are going to the NLCS.


Top Stories: Democrats' Presidential Debate; Beer Company Merger

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Also: Dutch investigators think a Russian missile downed a Malaysian jet last year; Iranian lawmakers approve the nuclear accord with six world powers; and Playboy won't publish nude photos. anymore.


Top Stories: Economics Nobel; Dell To Buy EMC For $67 Billion

Monday, October 12, 2015

Also: A NATO helicopter crashes in Afghanistan, killing 5; suicide bombers kill 38 people in Chad over the weekend; and hundreds of Southwest Airlines flights were delayed over a technical glitch.


Top Stories: Nobel Prize In Chemistry; MSF Wants Inquiry

Wednesday, October 07, 2015

Also: Auto workers could strike Fiat Chrysler at midnight; heating bills are forecast to be cheaper this winter; and sheep graze on Savile Row for Britain's "Wool Week".


Top Stories: Physics Nobel; Arguing Over The TPP

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

Also: More flooding wrecks South Carolina; a European Union court rules the E.U. wrongly shares data with the U.S.; and 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios are recalled over possible wheat contamination.


Top Stories: TPP Accord Reached; Nobel Prize In Medicine

Monday, October 05, 2015

Also: The Supreme Court opens its new term today; the search continues off the Bahamas for a ship damaged in a hurricane; and smog from Indonesia closes schools in Malaysia.


Top Stories: Kim Davis's Papal Meeting; Jobless Rate Steady

Friday, October 02, 2015

Also: You can't drink tap water in Flint, Michigan because of the lead; Hurricane Joaquin will move east of the U.S.; and the Earls of Leicester win big at the International Bluegrass Music Awards.


Top Stories: Afghan Troops In Kunduz; Hurricane Joaquin

Thursday, October 01, 2015

Also: A new blast rocks a Chinese city a day after several bombs go off; GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump vows to send back all Syrian refugees; and there's a single winning Powerball ticket.


Syrian Opposition Says Russian Airstrikes Aren't Targeting ISIS

Thursday, October 01, 2015

For U.S. leaders, the Russian airstrikes have stoked concerns that they would be used against not only ISIS, but also against moderate rebel groups.


Top Stories: Hajj Stampede; The Pope's Little Fiat

Friday, September 25, 2015

Also: Ukrainian rebels force out relief organizations from Luhansk; a tornado causes damage in South Carolina but no injuries; and a giant, loose tarantula grounds a plane in Baltimore (no snakes).


Top Stories: Deadly Hajj Stampede; The Pope Addresses Congress

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Also: The Senate will take up a spending bill that could avert a government shutdown; China orders 300 planes from Boeing; and California sequoias are suffering from the drought.


Top Stories: China's President In U.S.; Yogi Berra Dies

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Also: Los Angeles says homelessness is at emergency levels; Volkswagen faces new probes over evading emission tests; and lawmakers in Kosovo behave badly, throwing eggs at the Prime Minister.


Top Stories: Volkswagen's Emission Software; Walker Ends Campaign

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Also: Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in the U.S. today; the ACLU alleges a Kentucky clerk is meddling with marriage licenses of same sex couples; and the Senate will debate an abortion ban.


Top Stories: Seattle Teachers Ratify Contract; VW Admits Deception

Monday, September 21, 2015

Also: Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says no Muslim should be President; a body is found near a California wildfire; and World Rugby considers rule changes to reduce concussions.


Top Stories: U.S. Considers Migrant Aid; Pope Francis On Annulments

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Also: A manhunt continues for the killer of an Illinois officer; Queen Elizabeth is poised to become Britain's longest ruling monarch; and somebody vandalized King Kamehameha's statue in Hawaii.


Top Stories: Migrants In The E.U.; Kentucky Clerk Still Jailed

Monday, September 07, 2015

Also: A runoff vote is expected from Guatemala's presidential election; a salmonella outbreak from jarred cucumbers has victims in 27 states; and a cheetah briefly escapes the Indianapolis Zoo.