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make (the) headlines

To be featured on the headlines of news articles, as due to being particularly important, popular, fashionable, etc. It may not be so tremendous as to make the headlines, but this small change in immigration law could have a huge impact on foreign workers. The pop star made headlines yesterday after his latest run-in with police.
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The Twitter hashtag #isitok will once again be open to viewers as the panel give their hilarious, and sometimes controversial, take on the stories that have been making the headlines.
Summary: Sikar (Rajashthan) [India] Jul 10 (ANI): Rajasthan State Minister Rajkumar Rinwa has been making the headlines for his controversial statement, demanding a law to chop off all those politicians, who make demeaning remarks on the Indian Army.
Summary: The battle over forming a new Cabinet in Lebanon, the spillover from the war in Syria and the tense security situation in general are all making the headlines and occupying the public's attention as 2014 begins.
Health news What's making the headlines this week COCONUT oil could fight the bug behind tooth decay.
We sincerely hope the spotlight now turns to what happens on the pitch, flowing football making the headlines instead of the ugly side of the beautiful game.
However is former friend, Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi is as outrageous as ever and sometines even outshines the Libyan leader as he is a reknowned eccentric, often making the headlines for sex scandals and gaffes.
Prince Andrew has been criticised in the news this week but today we look back to when he was making the headlines for happier reasons - his marriage to Sarah Ferguson.
The show, hosted by Declan Curry, offers analysis of the big business stories making the headlines.
WHILE a certain blue police telephone box may have been notching up the TV ratings, a red Victorian postbox was making the headlines in the Midlands yesterday.
ACHILLEAS KALLAKIS, a familiar face on television screens from his appearances on Matchroom Sports' made-for-television shootout poker tournaments, has been making the headlines in recent weeks.
TEENAGE dads have been making the headlines in recent weeks - not only in the national press but in the ECHO.
His reputation for being Hollywood's drug taking bad boy is well documented so it was a welcome change to read he was actually making the headlines for a worthwhile cause.
Plus, interviews with players making the headlines.
Celebrity Big Brother may be making the headlines but a celebrity little brother is inspiring his older sibling to greater things.
MS DYNAMITE is going to be making the headlines next month - quite literally.