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Korva Coleman

Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.

In this role, she is responsible for writing, producing, and delivering national newscasts airing during NPR's newsmagazines All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Weekend Edition. Occasionally she serves as a substitute host for Weekend All Things Considered, and Weekend Edition.

Before joining NPR in 1990, Coleman was a staff reporter and copy editor for the Washington Afro-American newspaper. She produced and hosted First Edition, an overnight news program at NPR's member station WAMU-FM in Washington, D.C.

Early in her career, Coleman worked in commercial radio as news and public affairs directors at stations in Phoenix and Tucson.

Coleman's work has been recognized by the Arizona Associated Press Awards for best radio newscast, editorial, and short feature. In 1983, she was nominated for Outstanding Young Woman of America.

Coleman earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Howard University. She studied law at Georgetown University Law Center.

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- South Korean Lawmakers Vote Overwhelmingly To Impeach President. -- A Look At Donald Trump's Key Cabinet Picks. And here are more early headlines: House Passes Government Funding Bill, Sends To Senate. ( Los Angeles Times ) Federal Judge To Review Wisconsin Presidential Recount. ( AP ) Defense Secretary On Unannounced Afghanistan Visit. ( VOA ) Syria Stops Fight In Aleppo As Thousands Of Civilians Flee. ( BBC ) U.S. Park To Reopen After Deadly...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- 2 Juveniles Charged With Arson, Suspected OF Starting Deadly Tennessee Wildfire. -- As He Leaves The Senate, Reid Says He's 'Hopeful' On Trump. And here are more early headlines: Federal Judge Halts Michigan Presidential Recount. ( Michigan Radio ) Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 Close At Record Highs. ( MarketWatch ) University Of Phoenix Sale Approved With Conditions. ( Washington Post ) Surgeon General Warns Teenagers' E-Cigarette Use A...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- 'Frantic' Search for Survivors After Earthquake In Indonesia Kills Nearly 100. -- 'Time' Magazine Names Donald Trump Person Of The Year. And here are more early headlines: Photos Of Pearl Harbor Attack On 75th Anniversary . ( Daily Beast ) More Than 50 Killed In Indonesian Earthquake. ( Reuters ) Syrian Government Takes Majority Of Aleppo From Rebels. ( AFP ) Japan's Softbank Promises $50 Billion U.S. Investment. ( Reuters ) GOP Spending Bill...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Oakland Warehouse Manager Tells 'Today' Show: 'I Am Incredibly Sorry.' -- How China Is Reacting To Trump's Taiwan Call. And here are more early headlines: Threat Against Los Angeles Transit System Prompts Security. ( Los Angeles Times ) Trump To Visit North Carolina On "Thank You" Tour. ( AP ) South Korean Military Says It Has Been Hacked. ( BBC ) Government Funding Runs Out Friday; Congress Has Spending Bill. ( The Hill ) In Hint To Trump, China,...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Trump Taps Ben Carson For Secretary Of Housing And Urban Development. -- Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Will Become First Japanese Leader To Visit Pearl Harbor. -- If You're Looking For Alien Life, How Will You Know If You've Found It? And here are more early headlines: S.C. Shooting Suspect Wants Lawyers Back - Partially. ( Post & Courier ) Tennessee Fire Death Toll Rises To 14. ( AP ) Presidential Recount Starts In Mich. Today; Penn. Uncertain. ( AP )...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Unemployment Rate Drops To 4.6 Percent, Lowest Level Since 2007. -- Full Size Replica Of The Titanic Is Under Construction In China. -- Only 26 Percent Of Americans Support Full Repeal Of Obamacare, Poll Finds. -- Bitterness Overwhelms As Trump And Clinton Staffers Face-Off At Harvard. And here are more early headlines: Wisc. Presidential Recount Starts; Mich., Penn. Recounts Unclear. ( New York Times ) At Least 11 Killed In Tennessee Wildfires. (...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Judges Have More Power In Granting Warrants To Hack Digital Devices. -- Coming Soon To Your Local Cinema In India: Court-Mandated Patriotism. -- Colombia's Congress Ratifies Second Peace Deal With Marxist Rebels. And here are more early headlines: Deadly Tennessee Fires May Be Human-Caused. ( Knoxville News-Sentinel ) Bitterly Cold Weather In Alaska, Moving South Next Week. ( Washington Post ) Thai Lawmakers Invite Crown Prince to Be King After...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Trump Taps Steve Mnuchin To Lead Treasury Department. -- Trump Taps Billionaire Investor Wilbur Ross For Commerce Secretary. -- Strong Storms, Including Tornadoes, Hit Southeast, Killing At Least 3. And here are more early headlines: Thousands Fleeing From Aleppo, As Bombing Continues. ( New York Times ) Trump To Announce Deal To Keep 1,000 Jobs In Indiana. ( CNBC ) Three Killed, Thousands Flee Tennessee "Firestorm". ( CNN ) Bodies Recovered In...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Plane Carrying Brazilian Soccer Players Crashes In Colombia, Killing 76. -- S. Korean President Says She's Open To Stepping Down, But Doesn't Resign. -- Trump Chooses Rep. Tom Price, An Obamacare Foe, To Run HHS. And here are more early headlines: Tenn. Officials Evacuate Gatlinburg Over Wildfire. ( Knoxville News Sentinel ) Texas Finds 1st Case Of Locally Acquired Zika. ( Austin American Statesman ) Minimum Wage Protests Today Include Airport...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Thousands Flee Eastern Aleppo As Syrian Regime Forces Advance. -- Trump Makes Unfounded Claim That 'Millions' Voted Illegally For Clinton. And here are more early headlines: Philippines Police Detonate Bomb Near U.S. Embassy. ( CNN ) Report: Claims Of Torture In Turkey Following Failed Coup. ( BBC ) Protests Set Over India's Withdrawal Of High Currency Notes. ( NDTV ) Zimbabwe Re-Introducing Currency Notes. ( Bloomberg ) Fighting In Uganda Leaves...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Trump Takes Credit For Saving A U.S. Ford Plant That Wasn't Planning To Move. -- New Weather Satellite Provides Forecasts For The Final Frontier. And here are more early stories: Many Large Wildfires Continue Burning In Southern U.S. ( ABC ) Blizzard Warnings In Effect In Northern Plains. ( Weather.gov ) Volkswagen To Cut Some 30,000 Jobs In Restructuring. ( Wall Street Journal ) Former Phillipines Dictator Reburied In Heroes Cemetery. (...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Border Patrol Agents' Union Confers With Trump On Securing The Border. -- Protests Against Trump's Election Continue Across The Country. And here are more early headlines: Obama Discusses Globalization On Trip to Germany. ( BBC ) Uncontrolled Wildfires Scorching Southern Appalachian Region. ( AP ) Surgeon General Releases Comprehensive Report On Addiction. ( Washington Post ) Philippines Leader Considers Leaving International Criminal Court. ( VOA ...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Democrats Must Reconnect With White Working-Class Voters, Tanden Says. -- With Trump Win, Gun Sellers See Win - And Loss. And here are more early headlines: Syrian President Sees Trump As Possible Ally Against Terror. ( Guardian ) Southern Wildfires Burn, Suspected Arsonists Arrested. ( AP ) World Terrorism Index Gives Mixed Report. ( Reuters ) Washington, D.C. Lawmakers Pass Assisted Suicide Bill. ( Washington Post ) Road Opens To Stranded New...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Greece Welcomes Obama On Final Presidential Foreign Trip. -- Immigration And Border Security Top President-Elect Trump's To-Do List. And here are more early headlines: Further Review Set For Dakota Access Pipeline. ( Los Angeles Times ) Tobacco Maker Reynolds Seeks Higher Sale Price From BAT. ( Wall Street Journal ) New Zealand Surveys Earthquake Damage. ( Time ) Why India's Cash Crisis Is So Bad. ( BBC ) Photos Suggest Myanmar Is Burning Minority...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- After Powerful Quake, Tourists, Residents (And Cows) Stranded In New Zealand. -- Prosecutors Question Julian Assange Over Sex Crime Accusations. And here are more early headlines: A Fifth Day Of Protest Following Trump's Election. ( USA Today ) President Obama Departs For Overseas Trip Today, Starting With Greece. ( VOA ) Myanmar Soldiers, Armed Civilians Clash. ( CNN ) Sudden India Currency Ban Causes Hardship For Many. ( New York Times ) Some...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Anti-Trump Protest In Portland, Ore., Turns Destructive, Declared A Riot. -- A Daughter Explores Her Father's PTSD, From Vietnam Until Today. And here are more early headlines: Cincinnati Jury Deliberates In Shooting Trial Of White Officer. ( Cincinnati.com ) Wildfires In 3 States, Smoke In South Carolina. ( CNN ) Haitian Officials Warn Of Huge Food Shortage. ( BBC ) Part Of Aleppo Facing Starvation, U.N. Says. ( Al Jazeera ) Turkish Governor Dies...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Transitioning Between Obama And Trump Administrations Is An 'Enormous Job'. -- Trump Has A Chance To Pull U.S. Out Of Climate Accord. And here are more early headlines: Stocks Reverse, Surge After Trump Election Victory. ( Nasdaq ) Report Claims Iraqi Troops May Have Tortured, Killed Civilians. ( Amnesty International ) U.S. Says Airstrikes Killed 64 Civilians In Syria, Iraq This Year. ( VOA ) Americans Check New Zealand, Canada Immigration After...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Donald Trump Clinches The Presidency In Major Upset. -- Republicans Keep Control Of The Senate As Democrats Largely Falter. -- 4 States Opt To Raise Minimum Wage; 6 Loosen Marijuana Laws. And here are more early headlines: Stock Futures Fall On Trump Win. ( Wall Street Journal ) Evidence Of Mass Graves Near Mosul, Iraq. ( Washington Post ) S.C. Murder Trial Continues For Ex-Officer. ( WSOC-TV ) North Dakota Regulators Review Possible Fine Against...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Final NPR Battleground Map: The Race Snaps Back, But Clinton Maintains Advantage. -- Supreme Court Revisits 2008's Housing Collapse With Banking Test Cases. And here are more early headlines: REPORT: Kurdish Fighters Discover Mass Grave Near Mosul. ( AP ) U.S. "Concerned" In Nicaraguan President Ortega's Re-Election. ( BBC ) Latest On New Delhi Smog Emergency. ( NDTV ) Embattled South Korea President To Let Lawmakers Name P.M. ( Reuters ) Hoax...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Janet Reno, First Female U.S. Attorney General Dies At 78. -- China Steps In To Bar 2 Newly Elected Hong Kong Legislators From Office. And here are more early headlines: Philadelphia's Transit Strike Ending. ( Philly.com )
5.0 Quake Damages Oklahoma Town. ( KWTV ) L.A. Airport Shooter To Be Sentenced Today. ( AP ) New World Climate Talks Open In Morocco. ( France24 ) Nicaraguan President Ortega Poised To Win Third Term. ( VOA ) Jury...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- U.S. Added 161,000 New Jobs In October; Wages Rise By 10 Cents. -- Car Bomb Kills 8 In Turkey After Pro-Kurdish Legislators Detained For Questioning. And here are more early headlines: World Climate Change Accord Takes Effect Today. ( Guardian ) Russia Says It Briefly Pauses Bombing In Aleppo. ( BBC ) Paris Authorities Remove Migrants From New Camps. ( AP ) Political Scandal Engulfing South Korean President. ( New York Times ) Thousands Of...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- British Court Rules That Parliament Must Approve Brexit Plans. -- 2 U.S. Service Members Killed In Afghanistan. -- Joy And Despair In Two Cities As World Series Comes To A Close. -- Protesters And Law Enforcement Continue To Clash Over Pipeline. And here are more early headlines: Miss. Black Church Burned, Trump Scrawled On Wall. ( Jackson Clarion-Ledger ) Democrats File Suit Over Alleged GOP Voter Intimidation In 4 States. ( The Hill ) Accused...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Two Police Officers Killed In Des Moines, In Apparent 'Ambush-Style' Attacks. -- More Surprises: FBI Releases Files On Bill Clinton's Pardon Of Marc Rich. And here are more early headlines: Report: Iraqi Troops Break Through ISIS Front Line In Mosul. ( BBC ) N.C. Lawsuit Alleges Black Voters Purged From Rolls. ( WFAE ) Some Progress Reported In Venezuela Political Talks. ( Financial Times ) Federal Reserve To End Meeting On Interest Rates Today. (...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Philadelphia Transit Workers Go On Strike, Shutting Down Buses, Trolleys. -- Search Continues For 20 Miners Missing After Blast In China. And here are more early headlines: Alabama Gas Pipeline Blast Kills 1, Injures Several. ( Al.com ) Millions Of Women And Girls Globally Lack Contraception. ( Reuters ) ACA Enrollment Opens Today With A Mixed Picture. ( USA Today ) Protesters Divided On Dakota Access Pipeline Tactics. ( AP ) School Bus, Commuter...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- FBI Obtains A Warrant To Review Newly Discovered Emails. -- 33 Miners Missing, Presumed Trapped After Explosion In Chinese Coal Mine. And here are more early headlines: Italian Officials Vow Rebuilding Effort After Latest Quake. ( NBC ) Turkey Sacks More Than 10,000 Public Servants In Post Coup Purge. ( CNN ) Iraq Presses Military Offensive Against Mosul. ( Reuters ) Venezuelan Political Crisis Talks Open. ( Deutsche Welle ) Oklahoma Manhunt...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Plane Carrying GOP V.P. Nominee Mike Pence Skids Off LaGuardia Runway. -- Nations Agree To Establish World's Largest Marine Reserve In Antarctica. -- Pope Francis Reaches Out To Honor The Man Who Splintered Christianity. And here are more early headlines: UN Says ISIS Is Using Thousands Of People As Human Shields. ( AP ) Venezuelans Call For General Strike Today Against President. ( AFP ) Obama Commutes 98 Inmates' Sentences. ( The Hill )...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- After NATO Objections, Russian Warships Won't Refuel At Spanish Port. -- Hey Indians Fans - Where Was The Love Before The World Series? And here are more early headlines: Alarming Report Shows Decline Of Wildlife Populations On Earth. ( CNBC ) UNICEF Chief Says Syrian School Attack May Be A War Crime. ( UNICEF ) Strong New Earthquakes In Italy. ( BBC ) Tension Between Officials And Protesters At Dakota Access Pipeline. ( AP ) Officials Still...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Clinton And Trump: The Final Sprint. . -- Rodrigo Duterte Says He Wants All Foreign Troops Out Of Philippines. And here are more early headlines: Evidence Shows More Aleppo Bombing, As Russia Claims A Halt. ( Independent ) Small Fires Burn As France Tears Down Calais Migrant Camp. ( BBC ) Civilians Suffer As ISIS Fights Back Against Iraqi Troops. ( New York Times ) Thousands Of Webcams To Be Recalled After Huge Cyber Attack. ( Reuters ) Manhunt...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- More Than 60 Killed In Attack On Police Academy In Pakistan. -- Obamacare Rates Will Be Approximately 22% Higher For 2017 Policies. -- 'Trump TV' Launches Its Pilot With Pitch To His Base. -- Amusement Park Accident In Australia Kills 4. And here are more early headlines: ISIS Fights Back As Iraq Tries To Retake Mosul. ( Mail & Guardian ) France To Destroy Migrant Camp In Calais. ( Telegraph ) At Least 12 Killed In Kenya Militant Attack. ( VOA )...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Longtime Progressive Activist Tom Hayden Dies At 76. -- Sexism Is Out In The Open In The 2016 Campaign. That May Have Been Inevitable. --AT&T-Time Warner Proposed Merger Is Compared To Comcast Deal. And here are more early headlines: France Is Clearing Calais Migrant Camp. ( BBC ) Heavy Bombardment Is Reported In Aleppo. ( Al Jazeera ) South Korean Leader Calls For Second Terms For Presidents. ( Korea Herald ) Average Price Of Gas Falls Slightly...

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