Korva Coleman

Korva Coleman appears in the following:

Top Stories: Deadly Ukrainian Unrest; Nun Sentenced

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Also: Venezuela arrests its fiery opposition leader; Obama will meet Mexican and Canadian leaders; a U.S. soldier who raped and murdered an Iraqi girl and her family commits suicide; there's a new ash spill in North Carolina; and the Powerball jackpot soars.


Top Stories: Pussy Riot Members Detained; Fallon On 'Tonight'

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Also: A published report says the U.S. is trying to swap prisoners with the Taliban for a hostage U.S. Marine; an Oklahoma pharmacy won't make an execution drug for Missouri's use; the arctic ice is less white because of rapid melting; and an asteroid (safely) flies by the Earth.


Top Stories: North Korea's Crimes; Snake Handling Preacher Dies

Monday, February 17, 2014

Also: Teaching computer literacy to kids at younger ages; the U.N. is to release a report alleging North Korea has committed grave crimes against its own people; an Ethiopian pilot hijacks his own plane to Switzerland; and the NBA All Star Game sets a scoring record.


Top Stories: Same-Sex Ban Overturned In VA; More Winter Weather

Friday, February 14, 2014

Also: A huge volcanic eruption rains ash and gravel on Indonesia's Java island; Syrian peace talks wrap up today with little progress seen; the Justice Department will investigate toxic ash spills in North Carolina; and a mammoth tusk is dug up by construction workers in Seattle.


Top Stories: Monster Winter Storm; Comcast Will Buy Time Warner

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Also: Secretary of State John Kerry visits Seoul as North and South Korea hold high level talks; a report finds heightened danger to journalists worldwide; lenders repossessed fewer U.S. homes in January; and China's "Jade Rabbit" lunar rover comes back to life.


Top Stories: Historic Southern Storm; San Diego Election

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Also: President Obama hosts a gala state dinner for French president Francois Hollande; Belgium may authorize the right to die for children; a Nebraska town reapproves a ban on rental housing for illegal immigrants; and Toyota is recalling Priuses over a software problem.


Top Stories: Fed Chief Yellen At The Capitol; Shirley Temple Dies

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Also: The International Olympic Committee lifts its ban on India; a cease fire is extended for the Syrian city of Homs; Nevada officials opt against defending the state's ban on same sex marriage; and a bacon festival in New Jersey features products like bacon floss.


Top Stories: Jobless Report Coming; Syrian Peace Efforts

Friday, February 07, 2014

Also: Hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians are in the dark after this week's ice storm; Oregon gets a second heavy snowstorm; the toxic ash spill continues into a North Carolina river; and Toronto mayor Rob Ford starts a YouTube show with his brother.


Top Stories: Ice Storm Cut Power To Thousands; Affluenza Teen

Thursday, February 06, 2014

Also: A Human Rights Watch report alleges Iraqi security forces illegally detain thousands of Iraqi women, many of whom are abused; Italy rescues more than 1,100 migrants at sea; there are arrests in the violent theft of a Stradivarius violin; and GI Joe turns 50.


Top Stories: No Tobacco At CVS; UN Report On Vatican Sex Abuse

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Also: A major winter storm causes problems from the Plains to the Northeast; the White House will create "climate hubs" to help communities deal with climate change; Texas is scheduled to execute a woman; and a Tennessee judge who forced parents to change their child's name is fired.


Top Stories: Yet Another Snow Story; Creationism Debate

Tuesday, February 04, 2014

Also: World markets take a beating after yesterday's losses on Wall Street; the Senate may pass the huge farm bill today; 2013 saw a record number of criminal exonerations; and arts patron Joan Mondale, wife of former Vice President Walter Mondale, has died.


Top Stories: Super Bowl Ads; Obama's Fox Interview

Monday, February 03, 2014

Also: Abortion rates fall in the U.S.; Ukraine's president returns from sick leave while protests continue; Libya's chemical weapons stockpile is apparently destroyed; and Punxsutawney Phil forecasts another six weeks of winter.


Top Stories: South Recovers From Weather; Microsoft's Next CEO?

Friday, January 31, 2014

Also: A British nuclear reprocessing plant gets a report of elevated radiation; the Colorado movie theater shooting suspect appears in court for a hearing today; another cruise ship returns to port with ill passengers; and New Mexico is selling a historic site it can't afford to keep up.


Top Stories: Atlanta Snow Cleanup; Racing's Schumacher Being Woken

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Also: Ukraine's president gets sick but street demonstrations continue; Missouri executes a man after a short stay involving a lethal injection question; Target says thieves took customer information through a vendor's stolen credentials; and an Oscar song nomination is rescinded.


Top Stories: Snow Grips The South; College Football Unions

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Also: A New York congressman threatens to pitch a reporter over a balcony; the House is expected to vote on the huge farm bill today; Ukrainian lawmakers review whether to grant amnesty to arrested protesters; and graffiti is springing up near the Vatican featuring a crime fighting "Super Pope".


Top Stories: More Bone-Chilling Cold; Grammy Award Highlights

Monday, January 27, 2014

Also: Ukraine's justice minister may declare a state of emergency; Tunisia gets a new constitution; Maryland police still don't know the motive behind a weekend mall shooting; and Team Rice defeats Team Sanders in the revamped Pro Bowl.


Top Stories: Syrian Peace Talks Falter; Deadly Cairo Blasts

Friday, January 24, 2014

Also: Several elderly residents are still missing after a Quebec retirement home fire; anti-government protests continue in Ukraine; a huge traffic pileup in Indiana kills three; and Toronto mayor Rob Ford gets stuck in an elevator.


Top Stories: Ukrainian Protests; Deadly Fire In Quebec; Bieber Arrested

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Also: The Treasury Secretary warns the U.S. will reach the debt ceiling in February; frigid wind chills strike the northern Plains; the alleged Purdue University shooter will appear in court; and "beliebe" it: Justin Bieber is arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.


Top Stories: Syrian Peace Talks; Summing Up Winter Weather

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Also: Officials report a second chemical turned up in West Virginia's toxic water; Ukrainian protests turn deadly; more pilot whales have died off southern Florida; and now that the Antarctic scientists are back from their icebound ship, who pays for their rescue?


Top Stories: New East Coast Storm; Preventing Olympic Attacks

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Also: There's been a deadly bombing in Beirut; an explosion at an Oklahoma steel factory kills two people; a student at Widener University is shot and wounded; pilot whales are beaching themselves again in southern Florida; and China has lifted its ban on Lady Gaga's latest album.