Korva Coleman

Korva Coleman appears in the following:

Top Stories: Coup In Thailand; Chinese Attack Kills Several

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Also: Fighting is reported in Libya's capital; Russia signs a lucrative natural gas deal with China; and a group plans to voyage around the world in a Hawaiian canoe.


Top Stories: India Election Results; Russian Rocket Failure

Friday, May 16, 2014

Also: Anti-World Cup protests erupt in Brazilian cities; a report says Donald Sterling will fight to keep the Los Angeles Clippers; and a London skyscraper whose glass walls melted cars gets shades.


Top Stories: Turkish Mine Death Toll Rises; L.A. Oil Spill

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Also: Several fires are scorching parts of San Diego County; Nigeria won't trade jailed militants for kidnapped girls; and a family cat drives off a neighborhood dog attacking a small boy.


Top Stories: Turkish Mine Blast; Europe Chooses Privacy Rules

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Also: The next round of Iranian nuclear talks has opened; three astronauts return safely from space; and Christie's breaks all records in its latest contemporary art auction featuring Warhol.


Top Stories: Former Israeli Leader Sentenced; Nigerian Girls

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Also: U.S. aircraft help to search for Nigerian girls; rail workers face charges for the deadly train explosion in Quebec; and the artist who created the frightening "Alien" for the films, dies.


Top Stories: Moscow Displays Military Prowess; NFL Draft Opens

Friday, May 09, 2014

Also: An appellate court suspends voter ID laws in Arizona and Kansas; Thai protesters are angry over their interim government; and China uses monkeys to help patrol military bases.


The Collection, 'The Gown Of Green'

Friday, May 09, 2014

If you love an uplifting big band, The Collection is for you. These dozen-plus players from Greensboro, N.C., with a house-filling sound get a video to match for the song "The Gown Of Green."


Top Stories: Ukrainian Separatists Will Vote; New Nigerian Attack

Thursday, May 08, 2014

Also: President Obama's HHS nominees opens confirmation hearings today; Syrian rebels say they bombed a hotel in Aleppo; and a former Fukushima worker sues the utility that owns the plant.


Top Stories: Thailand Political Crisis; Border Patrol Complaints

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Also: New kidnappings of Nigerian girls are reported; Fed Chair Janet Yellen speaks to Congress; and a cruise ship may have struck a whale in New York Harbor on Monday.


Top Stories: More Ukraine Fighting; Spy Plane Flight Disruption

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Also: A new survey finds expensive colleges don't make people happier; the American Legion wants VA Secretary Shinseki to resign over health care problems; and a long-lost Mendelssohn song is found.


Top Stories: Ukraine Latest; Nigerian Leader On Kidnappings

Monday, May 05, 2014

Also: Target's CEO resigns after last year's huge data breach; an Oklahoma wildfire turns deadly; and officials find several rare monkeys stolen from a British zoo.


Top Stories: Ukraine Moves On Separatists; Deadly Nigerian Bombing

Friday, May 02, 2014

Also: A South Korean subway accident injures scores of people; Secretary of State Kerry pushes peace talks in South Sudan; and the world's oldest Olympian dies.


Top Stories: Gulf Coast Flooding; Deadly Jail Explosion

Thursday, May 01, 2014

Also: Ford names Mark Fields as its next CEO; a Sinn Fein leader is questioned in a 1972 slaying of a Belfast woman; and Mad Magazine's influential former editor Al Feinstein dies.


Top Stories: Flooding Hits Devastated Areas; Missing Plane Latest

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Also: Iraqis vote for a parliament under heavy security; the IMF says Russia has slipped into recession because of the Ukrainian crisis; and a mammoth plastic igloo is for sale in Alaska.


Top Stories: New, Deadly Tornadoes; E.U. Sanctions Russia

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Also: The White House urges colleges to stop sexual violence; NBA commissioner Adam Silver holds a news conference on L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling; and a Rosie the Riveter factory could close.


Top Stories: Deadly Tornados; New Sanctions Coming For Russia

Monday, April 28, 2014

Also: An Egyptian judge sentences hundreds to death in a mass trial; Israel holds Holocaust Remembrance Day; and players for the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers stage a protest against racism.


Top Stories: Ukraine Rhetoric Heats Up; New Everest Avalanches

Friday, April 25, 2014

Also: South Korean investigators are checking the cargo load of the sunken ferry; severe weather is predicted this weekend for the Midwest; and the Buffalo Bills cheerleaders are suing the team.


Top Stories: Americans Killed In Kabul; Missing Jet Latest

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Also: Russia's president issues a new threat to Ukraine; a Wyoming town is evacuated after an explosion at a natural gas plant; and some California lawmakers put a hold on a Sriracha factory closure.


Top Stories: Missing Plane Latest; Why The Jet Stowaway Ran Away

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Also: Russia says it may retaliate if its interests are attacked in Ukraine; President Obama is in Tokyo for the start of his Asia trip; and it's the 100th birthday of Chicago's Wrigley Field.


Book News: Gabriel García Márquez Left An Unpublished Manuscript

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Also: a previously unpublished story by Shirley Jackson; tips to tell whether you are in a Charles Dickens novel.