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  • As was their custom, they turned on the television and lay close, prepared to exchange opinions, before drifting off, on the various local news reports about animal-shelter spaying policies or proposed helmet laws.

    Strangers at the Feast

  • I remembered the story from news reports and I recalled discussing it in some detail with Sam over a couple of beers one night.

    Warning Signs

  • When Peter Flannery finally saw the news reports on the D.vid Beck manhunt, he picked up the phone and dialed a friend at the D. A.'s office.

    Tell No One

  • All the while Zoey lounged on the couch, nursing a glass of wine, flipping through the channels where news reports about the killings and footage of Luke’s funeral from earlier in the day were being aired.


  • I remember seeing the news reports of the tsunami that hit East Asia in 2004-the towns of Indonesia’s western coast flattened, the thousands of people washed out to sea.

    The Audacity of Hope

  • The newspapers were full of the discovery at St. Froid, although they couldn't add much to the news reports I'd seen on television.

    The Killing Kind

  • The price of any one stock or bond is like a feather in the wind carried in nonpredictable, random directions by news reports about the company, good or bad, or rumors about the company, good or bad!


  • The horse racing community was similarly shaken by recent news reports detailing how the downturned economy has caused a dramatic decrease in financial support for non-profits caring for retired racehorses.

    Richard Grenell: Create a Social Security System for Athletes or Face the Feds' Imposed Solution


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