Korva Coleman appears in the following:
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Also: Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits Jordan; Beijing's smog becomes "Airpocolypse"; Ohio will execute a condemned man with a new drug method; soaring heat causes match delays at the Australian Open; and the Razzie nominations for last year's worst films are out.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Also: The Supreme Court reviews buffer zones around abortion clinics; more West Virginia residents get their water back; a 12-year-old boy is in custody after a New Mexico school shooting; and blizzard conditions are forecast in the upper Plains.
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Also: Some West Virginia residents are being told to flush their homes and resume water use; embattled New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will give his state of the state address; the creator of Beanie Babies will be sentenced for tax fraud; and a movie theatre patron is shot to death over texting.
Monday, January 13, 2014
Also: The Supreme Court will hear arguments over the limits of the President's authority to make recess appointments; Dennis Rodman apologizes for his comments on an American jailed in North Korea; a Southwest jet lands at the wrong Missouri airport; and the Golden Globe Awards are announced.
Friday, January 10, 2014
Also: The Senate is still at odds over unemployment benefits for out-of-work Americans; the interim president of Central African Republic quits; the Target data breach exposed additional personal information; and a Houston firefighter puts out a blaze with six packs of beer.
Thursday, January 09, 2014
Also: The Senate may take up the unemployment benefit bill today; Macy's is laying off hundreds of workers; warmer weather starts flowing over the U.S., holiday sales were up although there were fewer shoppers; and Danish pastries could be in trouble if Europe limits cinnamon use.
Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Also: This is the third anniversary of the shooting of former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords; fewer American kids meet U.S. fitness standards; hundreds are sickened in Japan by tainted food; and baseball's Hall of Fame could see new members voted in today.
Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Also: A federal judge overturns Chicago's ordinance banning gun purchases; the Senate is scheduled to vote on extending unemployment benefits; mining deaths increased in the U.S. last year; and furious French tire plant workers barricade their managers in their office.
Monday, January 06, 2014
Also: German leader Angela Merkel injures herself in a skiing accident; reports indicate JP Morgan will pay billions of dollars to settle charges linked to Bernard Madoff; former NBA star Dennis Rodman returns to North Korea; and an Indianapolis Colts fan photobombs a Kansas City Chiefs picture.
Thursday, January 02, 2014
Also: Former Israel prime minister Ariel Sharon is said to be deterorating; hackers strike Skype and Snapchat; people are still missing from yesterday's big apartment fire in Minneapolis; and recreational marijuana is now legal to sell in Colorado.
Wednesday, January 01, 2014
Also: A terminally ill lawyer convicted of aiding terrorism is freed; U.S. stock markets set records in 2013; while peace talks open for South Sudan, bloody fighting continues; and passengers aboard a ship stuck in Antarctic ice ring in the New Year.
Monday, December 30, 2013
Also: A German magazine alleges the NSA infiltates some technology companies' data; a very strong cyclone will hit Australia; the home of the German ambassador to Greece is hit by gunfire; and Justice Sonia Sotomayor will push the ball drop in New York's Times Square on New Year's Eve.
Friday, December 27, 2013
Also: There's video of a ship still trapped in Antarctic ice; the final Connecticut police report on the Newtown shootings will be released today; hackers can access phone numbers on social media site, Snapchat; and piranhas attack swimmers in Argentina.
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Also: Tens of thousands of customers still lack power in the U.S. and Canada from an ice storm days ago; Turkey's leader changes his cabinet after three ministers resign in a corruption scandal; a ship is still stuck in Antarctic ice; and a reenactment of Washington crossing the Delaware.
Wednesday, December 25, 2013
Also: The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan says two rockets land in embassy grounds in Kabul; the U.N. Security Council orders thousands more peacekeepers to South Sudan; a teenager is the youngest American man to ski to the South Pole; and a cabbie in Las Vegas returns $300,000 left in his backseat.
Friday, December 20, 2013
Also: The Senate reaches a deal to move presidential nominations forward; Russian financier Mikhail Khodorkovsky is freed after Putin's pardon; a credit rating agency cuts the European Union's rating; and a truck spills thousands of roasts on a Georgia highway, triggering a "ham jam".
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Also: The Senate gets ready to pass a bipartisan budget deal; former NBA star Dennis Rodman is returning to North Korea; a government report finds fewer teens are using synthetic marijuana; and a Chinese hospital opens a "smog clinic".
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Also: The Senate approves the nomination of Jeh Johnson as Homeland Security Secretary; Angela Merkel is re-elected to her third term as Germany's Chancellor; wintry weather continues in the Plains and Northeast; and University of Illinois students sing for Dial-A-Carol.
Friday, December 13, 2013
Also: The fear of Friday the 13th; the Senate continues its slowed down marathon nomination process; the Philippines raises the death toll from Typhoon Haiyan; and London will get its first whiskey distillery since all were closed more than a century ago.
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Also: Time Magazine names Pope Francis "Person of the Year"; federal investigators open hearing into deadly San Francisco plane crash; millions of children around the world don't have birth certificates; and the deaf interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial service is called a fake.