Play Live Radio
Next Up:
Available On Air Stations

Top Stories: Thai Junta Summons Ousted Officials; Syrian Attack

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- Thai Military Orders Politicians To Meeting, Bans Negative Press.

-- Mortar Attack Hits Election Rally In Syria, Killing 21.

And here are more early headlines:

Arizona Fire Still Uncontained, Hundreds Evacuated. (Arizona Republic)

Dust Storm Triggers Deadly New Mexico Freeway Crash. (Albuquerque Journal)

Gunmen Attack Indian Consulate In Western Afghanistan. (BBC)

Duke Energy, EPA Sign Accord On North Carolina Coal Spill Cleanup. (Charlotte Observer)

Hewlett-Packard To Cut Up To 16,000 Jobs. (Forbes)

South Dakota Couples File Suit Against Same Sex Marriage Ban. (Argus-Leader)

Copyright 2021 NPR. To see more, visit

Korva Coleman is a newscaster for NPR.
To make informed decisions, the public must receive unbiased truth.

As Southwestern Pennsylvania’s only independent public radio news and information station, we give voice to provocative ideas that foster a vibrant, informed, diverse and caring community.

WESA is primarily funded by listener contributions. Your financial support comes with no strings attached. It is free from commercial or political influence…that’s what makes WESA a free vital community resource. Your support funds important local journalism by WESA and NPR national reporters.

You give what you can, and you get news you can trust.
Please give now to continue providing fact-based journalism — a monthly gift of just $5 or $10 makes a big difference.