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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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In Gujarat, if the electricity goes off ,it makes news, but in Uttar Pradesh, if there is electricity, it makes news," he said.
Rick Perry and others are traveling the state encouraging voters to approve water funding, first lady Anita Perry makes news with her views on abortion and Wendy Davis makes if official.
When lack of explosion makes news in Iraq It is not often that a lack of explosions makes news.
The man who shot a 59 at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic in 1999 makes news just by getting into the 60s.
As the Cardinal himself said, in an article for Vinculum (an organ of the Pontifical Council for the Family), "When the Church shows compassion, it makes news.
When a committee makes news, its members make news.
Town renaming also makes news today in Clark, TX as Dish TV (Nasdaq:DISH) today announced Clark would change its name from Clark to Dish.
9) - Warren Olney's daily in-depth look at topical issues is always eye-opening and often makes news.