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grab (the) headlines

To be featured in the headlines of news articles, as due to being particularly newsworthy, important, popular, fashionable, etc. It may not be so tremendous as to grab the headlines, but this small change in immigration law could have a huge impact on foreign workers. The pop star grabbed headlines yesterday after his latest run-in with police.
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grab the headlines

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grab headlines

If someone or something grabs the headlines or grabs headlines, they get a lot of attention in the newspapers, on TV, etc. He is not among the players who have been grabbing the headlines this season. His visit to the US is bound to grab headlines.
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Boll ywood heartthrob Ranbbir Kapoor, who usually grabs headlines either for his films, link-ups or brand endorsemments, recently showcased his caring side when his make-up man got injured.
Pixie your battles: Victoria's hair grabs headlines as troops die in Afghanistan
Golf on the other hand grabs headlines every week - largely because we have dozens of players winning tournaments around the globe.
Nothing grabs headlines like rockets raining on cities, and so the Hezbollah attack on Israel and the resulting Israeli reaction have monopolized news reports and programming over the past few weeks.
Although merger-mania among the world's exchanges grabs headlines today, three forces more primal than consolidation are expected to rearrange the structure of global capital markets by 2015.
Cost avoidance grabs headlines, but warfighter support is measured in effectiveness, and the CDDOC has consistently provided timely solutions to improve support.
SHE sings, she dances and she grabs headlines. Now Britney Spears is venturing into the world of beauty with her first fragrance Curious.
At a time when the malaise of our society grabs headlines, how reassuring to find kindness and generosity about.