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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: -- At Al Smith Dinner, Donald Trump Turns Friendly Roast Into 3-Alarm Fire. -- NFL Struggles As Another Star Player Is Accused Of Domestic Abuse. And here are more headlines: BAT Offers To Buy Tobacco Rival, Reynolds American. ( Wall Street Journal ) Honda, U.S. Report 11th U.S. Death Linked To Takata Airbag. ( Automotive News ) Miss. Law Blocked Banning Payment For Planned Parenthood Screenings. ( Jackson Free Press ) Hearing Today For 2 Who...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Trump's Attempt To Refocus Campaign Gets Obscured By One Blinding Final Debate Moment. -- Iraqi Forces Expected To Need Weeks To Free Mosul From ISIS Control. And here are more early headlines: Clinton, Trump To Attend Annual Dinner Together. ( Newsday ) North Korea Latest Missile Test Fails. ( Reuters ) Pregnant Women Should Be Tested For Zika If They Visited Miami-Dade County. ( Miami Herald ) Four Leaders Agree To Revive Ukraine Peace Plan. (...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Police Van Rams Protesters At Anti-U.S. Demonstration In Philippines. -- New Rules Would Require Airlines To Refund Baggage Fees For Delayed Luggage. And here are more early headlines: Hundreds Flee Mosul As Iraqi Army Advances. ( BBC ) European Space Probe To Land On Mars Today. ( Space.com ) Chinese Astronauts Dock With Orbiting Lab. ( NASA Spaceflight.com ) U.S. Astronaut, 2 Russian Cosmonauts Launch Into Space. ( AP ) Germany Hosting 4 Party...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Advance On Mosul Continues As Aid Groups Brace For Civilian Casualties. -- Sen. McCain Says Republicans Will Block All Court Nominations If Clinton Wins. And here are more early headlines: Russia And Syria Pause Airstrikes On Aleppo. ( AP ) Top Police Official Apologizes For Historical Mistreatment Of Minorities. ( Los Angeles Times ) 3 Kansas Men Please Not Guilty To Suspected Terror Plot. ( Reuters ) Wikileaks Alleges Ecuador Cut Assange's...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- On Energy And Climate Change, Clinton And Trump Differ Sharply. -- European Space Agency Probe Approaches Surface Of Mars. And here are more early headlines: Iraqi Offensive Against Mosul Proceeds Slowly. ( AP ) 2 Chinese Astronauts Launch Into Space. ( New York Times ) European Probe Prepares To Land On Mars. ( Space.com ) Private Space Launch To ISS Is Delayed Until Monday. ( Spaceflight.com ) More Rain In U.S. Northwest Today After 2 Storms...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Colombian President Extends Cease-Fire With FARC In Bid To Save Peace Deal. -- DeVry University Agrees To Stop Ads Touting Grads' Job Success Without Proof. And here are more early headlines: North Carolina Flooding Death Toll Climbs Again. ( ABC ) Near Hurricane Strength Storms To Hit Pacific Northwest. ( CNN ) Nigeria's First Lady May Not Support Her Husband Politically. ( BBC ) Samsung To Pay Some $3 Billion For Faulty Smartphones. ( CNET )...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Bob Dylan, Titan Of American Music, Wins 2016 Nobel Prize In Literature. -- Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej, World's Longest-Reigning Monarch, Has Died. -- U.S. Carries Out Strikes Against Yemen's Rebels. -- Wells Fargo, Samsung And Volkswagen: Can A Good Name Be Restored? And here are more early headlines: Eastern North Carolina Still Faces Danger From Flooding. ( AP ) Category 4 Hurricane Nicole Aims At Bermuda. ( NHC ) Kerry, Lavrov To Meet Over...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- S.C. Residents Begin Cleanup In Hurricane Flooded Areas. -- WATCH: Arkansas Tries To Blow Up Bridge, Bridge Doesn't Cooperate. -- At Sacramento Kings Game, Singer Of National Anthem Takes A Knee. And here are more early headlines: Clinton Campaign Chair Alleges Trump Coordinating With Russia. ( USA Today ) At Least 4 Myanmar Soldiers Killed In Clash With Rebels. ( Reuters ) Lawyers For Surviving Paris Bombing Suspect Quit Case. ( BBC ) UN To...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Samsung Permanently Powers Down Galaxy Note 7 Smartphones. -- A Friend For Pluto: Astronomers Find New Dwarf Planet In Our Solar System. -- No Teachers Strike; Classes As Usual For Chicago Public Schools Students. And here are more early headlines: Federal Disaster In North Carolina, Hundreds Trapped By Flooding. ( WFMY ) Tropical Storm Nicole Expected To Become Atlantic Hurricane Away From Land. ( NHC ) Colombia To Open Peace Talks With 2nd...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- It's Agreed: Nobel Prize In Economics Awarded For Contract Theory. -- FACT CHECK: Clinton And Trump Debate For The 2nd Time. And here are more early headlines: Germany Arrests Suspect Alleged To Be Planning Bombing. ( New York Times ) Alleged Deadly Shooter Of Palm Springs Officers Is Arrested. ( AP ) 2 Missiles Fall Close To U.S Navy Warship Near Yemen. ( Guardian ) Samsung Suspends Galaxy Note 7 Cell Phone Production. ( Wall Street Journal ) Pope...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- U.S. Creates 156,000 Jobs In September, Lower Than Predicted. -- Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Awarded The Nobel Peace Prize. -- Hurricane Edges Along Florida Shoreline; Warnings Of 'Devastating Impacts'. And here are more early headlines: British Currency Drops In 'Flash Crash' Before Recovering. ( CNBC ) Philippines Starts To Reject U.S. Military Assistance. ( Wall Street Journal ) Malaysia ID's Debris From Missing Passenger Jet. ( USA...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Millions Of Coastal Residents Warned To Flee Inland As Hurricane Nears Florida. -- Friday's Jobs Reports Could Help Shape Election Outlook. -- These Are The 2016 National Book Award Finalists. -- 'Hanoi Hanna', Whose Broadcasts Taunted And Entertained American GIs, Dies. And here are more early headlines: Paris Climate Accord To Take Effect After Over 190 Nations Ratify It. ( Time ) Iraq, Enraged At Turkish Incursions, Seeks U.N. Session. ( Reuters...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Biggest Prize In Chemistry Goes To Designers Of The Smallest Machines. -- VP Debate Throws Another Curve Into 2016's Long And Winding Road. -- Labor Report Urges Study Of A Federal Role In State Workers' Comp Laws. And here are more early headlines: Hurricane Matthew Lashes Cuba, Heads North Toward U.S. ( NHC ) REPORT: Yahoo Secretly Reviewed Users' Emails For U.S. Intelligence. ( Reuters ) Russia Deploys Missile Defense System To Syrian Port. (...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- After Police Shooting, Protesters In Charlotte, N.C. Shut Down Interstate. -- DOJ Unseals Criminal Complaint Against Ahmad Khan Rahami. And here are more early headlines: U.S. Again Flies Bombers Over South Korea In Show Of Force. ( Stars and Stripes ) Knife Wielding Man Shot Before Entering Israeli Embassy In Turkey. ( BBC ) U.N. Holding Meeting On Drug Resistant Illness. ( Washington Post ) Rome Mayor Ready To Withdraw 2024 Olympic Bid. ( Reuters...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- After Police Killing Of Unarmed Man, Tulsa Chief Promises To 'Achieve Justice'. -- Wells Fargo CEO To Address Accounts Scandal Before Senate Panel. -- Administration Aims To Fight Crime With Job Training. --Kirkus Prize Finalists Include Annie Proulx, Sherman Alexie, Jason Reynolds. And here are more early headlines: Investigators Search Bombing Suspect's Background. ( USA Today ) Obama Visits The U.N., Prepares For Today's Address. ( New York...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Police Hunt Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, Over Bombs In New York Area. -- Putin's United Russia Party Wins Big In Election; Some Ballot-Stuffing Seen. And here are more early headlines: Non-Aligned Movement Concludes Summit By Condemning U.S. ( AFP ) Sudan Threatens To Close Border With South Sudan Over Militants. ( Reuters ) U.N. To Hold First Summit On Refugees. ( AP ) Study Says South East Asia Haze Kills 100,000. ( Financial Times ) Charmaine Carr...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- His Immigration Views Were Shaped by Time Abroad, Sen. Tim Kaine Says. -- Trump Still Won't Say He Believes Obama Born In U.S. Despite Campaign Claim He Does. And here are more early headlines: Obama To Talk Trade With TPP Supporters, Including Kasich. ( CNN ) Vigil For Teen Killed By Columbus, Ohio Police. ( Columbus Dispatch ) Fighting Reported Near Damascus In Test Of Syrian Truce. ( CBS ) Suu Kyi Urges U.S. To Lift Sanctions On Myanmar. ( Time ...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- 20 Marines Face Possible Punishment For Hazing At Parris Island. -- Obama To Designate First Marine National Monument In The Atlantic Ocean. And here are more early headlines: U.S, Russia Extend Syrian Truce By 48 Hours. ( CNN ) New Leaks Of Athletes' Medical Files Blamed On Russian Hackers. ( RFE/RL ) Former Israeli Leader Peres Stable After Stroke. ( Jerusalem Post ) Witness Says Philippine President Ordered Killings As Mayor. ( Time ) Ex...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Chemical Giant Bayer Agrees To Buy Monsanto For $66 Billion. -- Chelsea Manning Ends Hunger Strike: Army Agrees To Gender-Affirming Surgery. And here are more early headlines: In Speech, E.U. President Reflects On Bloc's Future After Brexit. ( Reuters ) Syrian Truce Holding, Attention Now On Relief Deliveries. ( CNN ) Bernie Sanders Joins Oil Pipeline Protest. ( The Hill ) Federal Trial Of Oregon Refuge Occupation Opens. ( KOPB ) Myanmar Leader Suu...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- U.S. Flies Bombers Over South Korea In Show Of Force To North Korea. -- Senate To Vote To Give More Funds Toward Flint's Drinking Water Crisis. -- Bubble Wrap Pops Mistaken For Gunfire; 3 Pa. Schools Locked Down. And here are more early headlines: Clinton To Release More Medical Records Soon. ( Washington Post ) Syrian Truce Monitors Say No Civilian Deaths In First Few Hours. ( BBC ) Trial Opens Today For 7 Accused Oregon Refuge Occupiers. (...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Syrian Cease-Fire Negotiated By U.S., Russia Set To Go Into Effect. -- Hillary Clinton Diagnosed With Pneumonia, Campaign Events Cancelled. And here are more early headlines: Obama To Meet Congressional Leaders On Spending, Zika Bills. ( Reuters ) Tens Of Thousands March In Mexico Against Same-Sex Marriage. ( UPI ) Despite Unrest At Home, Venezuela Hosts Non-Aligned Summit. ( Reuters ) Smoothie Chain Implicated In 89 Hepatitis A Cases. ( New York...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- North Korea Conducts Fifth Nuclear Test. -- After Cable Cars Got Stuck In The Alps, Dozens Spent Night Suspended In Midair. -- Tray Tables Stowed, Seat Backs Upright - And Galaxy Note 7s Off, Please. And here are more early headlines: Trump Slams U.S. Policy On Russian Backed TV Network. ( Wall Street Journal ) Deaths Reported In Spanish Train Derailment. ( Telegraph ) Controversial Pesticide To Be Used In Florida To Fight Zika. ( WSVN ) North...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Yosemite National Park Grows Toward West In Largest Expansion Since 1949. -- NASA Mission To Retrieve Ancient Asteroid Dust Is Ready For Launch. And here are more early headlines: Obama, Duterte Hold Brief Meeting After Duterte Insult. ( BBC ) Taliban Reportedly Enters Another Afghan Provincial Capital. ( AP ) French Police Interview 2nd Couple Over Suspicious Car In Paris. ( France24 ) Israel Strikes Syria After Projectile Lands In Golan Heights. ...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Obama's Latest Stop In Laos Focuses On Younger Demographic. -- Trial Opens For Occupiers Of Oregon Wildlife Refuge. And here are more early headlines: Syria Accused Of Dropping Chlorine Gas On Civilians. ( BBC ) Hurricane Newton Makes Second Mexican Landfall. ( NHC ) Miami Starts Spraying Pesticides To Stop Mosquitoes With Zika. ( CBS ) Mexican Lawmaker Suggests Annulling Treaties With U.S. If Trump Wins. ( Washington Post ) U.N. Says 28 Million...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Philippines President 'Expresses Regret' For Calling Obama Obscenity. -- Congress To-Do List: Fund Government Agencies, Zika Virus Battle. And here are more early headlines: Clinton To Hold Rally In Tampa Today. ( Tampa Bay Times ) Post Tropical Storm Hermine Remains Off New England. ( NHC ) Hurricane Newton Makes Landfall On Baja California. (UPI) British Airways Passengers Delayed By Computer Problem. ( Daily Mail ) Thousands Of Nurses Strike In...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Mexico's President Takes Heat For Trump's Visit. -- POLL: Most Americans Want Congress To Make Zika Funding A High Priority. And here are more early headlines: Watches Posted For Tropical Storm Hermine. ( NHC ) Venezuela, Brazil Pull Ambassadors After Brazilian Impeachment. ( AFP ) Italy Names Reconstruction Czar For Quake Rebuilding. ( Boston Herald ) Thousands Gather In Caracas To Protest Venezuelan President. ( Reuters ) Possible Zika Cluster...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Brazil's Senate Prepares For Final Vote On Dilma Rousseff's Impeachment. -- Trump To Meet With Mexican President Ahead Of Speech. And here are more early headlines: A Hurricane Is Bearing Down On Hawaii. ( CPHC ) Islamic State Says Top Official Killed In Syria. ( CNN ) Typhoon Kills 11 In Japan, Several Die In Nursing Home. ( AP ) Ethnic Groups In Myanmar Peace Talks - Except Rohingya. ( Reuters ) Activists Call On Zimbabweans To Stay Home In...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Apple Owes Ireland $14.5 Billion In Taxes, European Commission Says. -- The Curious Deaths Of Kremlin Critics. And here are more early headlines: Two Tropical Depressions May Become Storms, Hit U.S. ( NHC ) Typhoon Makes Landfall In Japan. ( AP ) Primaries In Arizona, Florida Today. ( Real Clear Politics ) Conflicting Reports On Whether U.S. E.U. Trade Deal Has Failed. ( Reuters ) Italy To Use Wooden Huts As Short-Term Housing For Quake Survivors. ...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Brussels Crime Lab Torched In Apparent Attempt To Destroy Evidence. -- Suicide Bombing In Yemen Kills At Least 45, Attack Claimed By Islamic State. And here are more early headlines: Facing Questions, Trump Says He'll Make Immigration Speech This Week. ( Politico ) Tropical Depression Forms On Florida's Gulf Coast. ( Weather.com ) Italy Investigating Whether Poor Construction Worsened Quake Toll. ( AP ) Italian Coast Guard Rescues Some 1,100...

Good morning, here are our early stories: -- In Rubble Of Quake-Hit Italian Towns, Rescuers Race To Find Survivors. -- In Bolivia, Striking Miners Kidnap And Kill High-Level Minister. And here are more early headlines: Truck Bomb In Turkey Kills At Least 11 Police Officers. ( Reuters ) HUD Secretary Tours Flood Damaged Louisiana Housing. ( The Advocate ) President Obama Nominates World Bank Head For Second Term. ( VOA ) Many Large Fires Burning In the West. ( Weather.com ) Report: U.S. Navy...

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