Korva Coleman

Korva Coleman appears in the following:

Top Stories: Mortars Mar Mideast Truce; Guitarist Johnny Winter Dies

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Also: Wildfires char thousands of acres in western states; a Boston jury deliberates in a case associated with the marathon bombings; and a former Miss Delaware sues the pageant over an age dispute.


Top Stories: Cease-Fire Ends In Gaza; Time Warner Rejects Murdoch Offer

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Also: The House passes a bill replenishing the Highway Trust Fund; Arizona protesters gather to object to a group of migrants who weren't scheduled to arrive; and a class for aspiring lumberjacks.


Top Stories: Israel Resumes Strikes; Moscow Subway Derailment

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Also: A huge U.S. cigarette maker will buy a smaller rival; Fed Chair Janet Yellen is testifying on Capitol Hill; and the Peace Corps will restructure to attract new recruits.


Top Stories: Citigroup Pays Billions In Case; Gaza Violence

Monday, July 14, 2014

Also: Salvage crews are working to refloat a capsized cruise ship in Italy; more small earthquakes shake Oklahoma; and a stolen car caused a fatal bus crash in Indiana.


Israel Shoots Down Drone As Clash With Hamas Continues

Monday, July 14, 2014

One week after violence broke out between Israel and militants in Gaza, the Palestinian death toll is being reported at 172; no Israelis have reportedly died in the fighting.


Top Stories: Ukrainian Attacks; Israel-Palestinian Violence

Friday, July 11, 2014

Also: A child thought cured of HIV shows signs of infection; Iraqi Kurds suspend government participation; and a huge thermometer is lit in southern California.


Top Stories: Iraqi Government At Odds; Chinese Hackers

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Also: Israel continues airstrikes in Gaza; a Colorado judge overturns the state's ban on same sex marriage; and a million gallons of saltwater leak in North Dakota, affecting some drinking water.


Top Stories: More Israeli Airstrikes; Hamas Fires Rockets

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Also: Obama meets Texas officials today but won't visit the U.S. border; a second alleged case of spying emerges in Germany; and police in Bangor, Maine, use humor to attract social media fans.


Immigrants Sending Money Back Home Face Fewer Options

Wednesday, July 09, 2014

The giant remittances economy has been expanding for years. Facing tighter regulations, big banks are nixing services that let people send money across borders.


Top Stories: Israel Hits Hamas Sites; Japan's Super Typhoon

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Also: An American will referee today's World Cup match; Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah claims victory, despite losing returns; and a judge tentatively approves the NFL concussion settlement.


Top Stories: Israel Strikes Gaza; Former Soviet Official Dies

Monday, July 07, 2014

Also: The co-owners of the NBA's L.A. Clippers battle in court over control of their assets; Ukraine takes more territory from rebels; and one man is gored in Pamplona's running of the bulls.


Top Stories: Hurricane Arthur; Jobless Rate Falls

Thursday, July 03, 2014

Also: Former French leader Sarkozy denounces criminal charges against him; Ukraine and Russia talk about a possible truce; and WWII hero Louis Zamperini dies; a book and film depicted his life.


Top Stories: Palestinian Teen Abducted; U.S. World Cup Loss

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Also: Syrian chemicals reach Italy for destruction aboard a ship at sea; California protesters block migrants from a town; and the Navy promotes its first African American woman to 4-star admiral.


Top Stories: Killers Of Israeli Teens Sought; Former French Leader Questioned

Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Also: Iraqi parliament members can't choose a new leader; Ukraine opens a military offensive against pro-Russian separatists; and New York City police tell subway acrobats to knock off their antics.


Top Stories: ISIS Declares New State; North Korea To Try Americans

Monday, June 30, 2014

Also: GM's outside lawyer will set out compensation for victims of an auto defect; parts of Iowa and Illinois see new flooding; and Japan will change its pacifistic defense policy.


Top Stories: Ukraine Signs EU Trade Deal; Iraqi Cleric Seeks Leader

Friday, June 27, 2014

Also: The FIFA ban on biter Suarez is too much, says his victim; a human rights group locates the site of mass Iraqi executions; and composer Mary Rodgers dies.


Top Stories: New Ukraine Fighting; Syrian Airstrikes In Iraq

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Also: The missing Malaysian jet may have been on autopilot; a NATO soldier dies in Afghanistan; and the NFL is ready to increase the money paid to former players with concussion-linked illnesses.


Top Stories: Militants Kill Iraqi Leader; Eli Wallach Reported Dead

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Also: China sends a top diplomat to Taiwan; a Spanish princess is closer to a corruption indictment; and a suspected burglar is caught after he logs on to Facebook in the victim's home.


Top Stories: Kerry Back In Iraq; British Tabloid Trial Verdicts

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Also: The UN says more than 1,000 people have died in Iraq this month; the President will award a Medal of Honor next month; and you can't auction your parking space in San Francisco.


Top Stories: Kerry In Iraq; Egypt Convicts Journalists

Monday, June 23, 2014

Also: President Obama holds a summit on the needs of working families; South Korea captures a soldier accused of shooting 5 fellow troops; and the Coast Guard rescues rowers headed for Hawaii.