Did you by any chance mean newscast?
- news + flash (Wiktionary)
“On the other hand, a person who didn ` t get the wished newsflash is dissapointed.”
“The big newsflash is that it isn’t just coal or mountaintop removal to extract it but, the simple fact that corporate money and influence is more important than the lives and welfare of the people.”
“He originally got banned from the BBC for secretly inserting a fake 'newsflash' in between two scheduled shows.”
“The "newsflash" on the bonuses, according to Schultz, is that there is nothing Congress can do to stop it.”
“His 'newsflash' about the centrality of Catholic dogma to this discussion just begs for someone to point out the painfully obvious irony, namely, that Catholic dogma has a most militantly anti-science track record.”
“Especially funny is the '5' substituted for the 's' in "newsflash".”
“newsflash" fashion, added his two cents in a recent interview making dour forecasts that align with Roubini's.”
“Well, Jim, here's a newsflash: this is sexist BS, pure and simple.”
“But here's a newsflash for Barnett and the organizers of the other SlutWalk protests which have begun to spread throughout the world: you can't "reclaim" a word defined by a predominant group in power unless you are a part of that group.”
“Here's the newsflash though: regardless of our faith background, or lack thereof, the different perspectives we bring to the bargaining table might actually complement each other and help make things better together.”
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