Korva Coleman

Korva Coleman appears in the following:

Top Stories: NATO Chief In Kabul; California Considers Tuition Hike

Thursday, November 06, 2014

Also: A judge overturns Missouri's ban on same sex marriage; President Obama will posthumously award the Medal of Honor to a Civil War soldier; and AC/DC's drummer is arrested for attempted murder.


Top Stories: GOP Wins, Democrats Lose In Several Contests

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Also: The Oklahoma Supreme Court puts a hold on two abortion laws; a car drives into a crowd of pedestrians in East Jerusalem; and Sotheby's auctions a Van Gogh and other works for millions.


Top Stories: Election Day Arrives; Fugitive Mexican Mayor Caught

Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Also: A federal appeals court panel will hear an NSA surveillance case; Burkina Faso's military promises to give up power; and the Justice Department sues Southwest Airlines over jet repairs.


It's Election Day: Here Are 5 Headlines That Tell The Story

Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Thirty-six Senate seats and 36 governor's chairs are in play today. And if forecasts are right, it could be a long time before we find out what it all means.


Top Stories: Spaceship Crash Clue; Right-To-Die Advocate Takes Her Life

Monday, November 03, 2014

Also: The World Trade Center reopens in New York City; Burkina Faso residents protest army takeover; and daredevil Nic Wallenda walks between Chicago skyscrapers.


Top Stories: Secularists Win Tunisian Election; Burkina Faso Unrest

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Also: The San Francisco Giants win the World Series; lava continues to creep toward a Hawaiian village; and researchers discover a new frog species on Staten Island.


Top Stories: Kurds Cross Turkey To Fight In Syria; Zambia's President Dies

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Also: American nurse Kaci Hickox may sue over Maine's quarantine rules; Kansas City forces Game 7 in the World Series; and a British hiker loses a court case to trek without wearing clothes.


Top Stories: Possible Vote In Eastern Ukraine; Hawaii Volcano

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Also: President Obama campaigns in Wisconsin; a lawsuit is filed against the maker of defective airbags; and a rocket launch to deliver supplies to the International Space Station is scrubbed.


Top Stories: Reported Canadian Shooter Video; Ukrainian Election

Monday, October 27, 2014

Also: South Korean prosecutors seek the death penalty for the skipper of the capsized ferry; San Francisco wins World Series Game 5; and Ronnie Milsap is inducted into the Country Music Hall Of Fame.


Top Stories: Ebola In Mali; Man Attacks NYPD Officers With Ax

Friday, October 24, 2014

Also: Former Kennedy aide and NPR chief Frank Mankiewicz dies; European leaders set targets for greenhouse gas reductions; and China launches a probe to fly around the moon.


Top Stories: Canadian Parliament Attack; Nurse Free Of Ebola

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Also: Mexico alleges a mayor ordered the disappearance of dozens of protesting students; the University of North Carolina uncovers a cheating scandal; and Kansas City wins Game 2 of the World Series.


Top Stories: Hong Kong Political Talks; Pistorius Sentenced

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Also: Same sex marriages may begin today in Wyoming; the U.N. says sex crimes are rampant in South Sudan; and the World Series opens tonight between Kansas City and San Francisco.


Apps Make Googly Eyes At Riders Tired Of Being Snubbed By Cabbies

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft have put a serious dent in the traditional taxi market and are pitching themselves as alternatives to traditional taxis that often pass by passengers of color.


Top Stories: Ebola Latest; Syrian Kurds Get U.S. Airdrops

Monday, October 20, 2014

Also: Indonesia swears in a new president; Hawaii is mostly spared by Hurricane Ana; and a scientist stumbles over a humongous spider in South America.


Top Stories: Ebola Patient Moved; Hong Kong Demonstrations

Friday, October 17, 2014

Also: Russia says talks with Ukrainian and European leaders were full of "misunderstandings"; a genocide trial resumes in Cambodia; and the U.S. warship, "Old Ironsides", will be refurbished.


Top Stories: Congress To Check Ebola Response; Hong Kong Protests

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Also: Many hikers may be missing in Nepal after a blizzard; Arkansas' voter ID law is overturned; and it's earthquake preparedness day worldwide: in the U.S., it's called the Great Shakeout.


Top Stories: New Suspected Ebola Case In U.S.; Hong Kong Protests

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Also: The U.S. and Russia will share information about ISIS militants; a federal appellate court backs Texas' voter ID law; and Australian Richard Flanagan wins literature's Man Booker prize.


Top Stories: Ferguson Protests; Vatican May Be Softening On Gays

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Also: A hurricane swirls off the U.S. east coast; Mexican demonstrators burn a building, angry over missing students; and Australian Prime Minister Abbott wants to knock down Russian President Putin.


Top Stories: Chemistry Nobel Prize; Syrian Kurds Battle Militants

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Also: A federal court overturns Virginia's electoral districts; a North Korean diplomat admits his country operates labor camps; and Kenya's president faces charges of crimes against humanity.


Top Stories: Nobel Physics Prize; Ebola In Spain

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Also: A federal appeals panel upholds Wisconsin's voter ID law; dengue fever kills six and infects 20,000 in China; and New Mexico builds a "singing road" to encourage motorists to slow down.