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make news

To garner attention and be the topic of conversation. Sam's sudden resignation really made news today—everyone in the office is talking about it!
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Two more female members of the Forces have made news.
The original version made news after an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres show.
He also said that the condition of Uttar Pradesh was such that if there were no power cuts in a day it made news.
Last fall, she made news when she successfully negotiated childcare subsidies with the Arts Council England for two of her dancers.
WHEN Frank Bruni wrote his last restaurant review in The New York Times this past Wednesday to go back to the paper's Sunday magazine section, he made news for two reasons.
New York's Rockefeller Center made news this year when it announced it would use energy-saving LED lights on its Norway spruce rather than traditional bulbs.
made news last fall when its catalog offered, among other high-end items, a Citation Mustang private jet priced at $2.
Urban's sprint into alcohol rehab the other week -- accompanied by a public apology to wife Nicole Kidman and cancellation of tour dates -- made news.
David Jenkins and other researchers at the University of Toronto made news when they found that, under carefully controlled conditions, a near-vegan diet was as effective as medication at lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol levels in people at risk for heart disease.
King's youngest daughter, the Reverend Bernice King, made news last year when she participated in an antigay march in Atlanta with her mentor, Bishop Eddie Long, a megachurch pastor.
Once upon a time actors made news by endangering their health to gain weight for roles, like Robert De Niro did for Raging Bull.
Some people reach for donuts with their caffeine, and the end results (so to speak) also made news at RSNA.
And, just to come full circle, the fellow from public radio who interviewed me before my departure himself made news a few days after we got there.
Sgro, who is the Catholic MP for York-West (Toronto), made news when she opposed the practice of churches granting sanctuary to failed refugee claimants.
We made news, especially with our keynote speakers.