the headlines: the titles, the headings; the main stories noun
  • "At the top of your advert, I want a clear headline."
  • "Here are today's terrifying headlines"
  • "We'll get to the headlines in a few minutes, but first let's get a traffic update from Ray Upton, who joins us from Radio Rhubarb Traffic Copter 1."
  • "Headlines, headlines, believing the things that we read"
  • "Let's take a quick look at traffic before we get to today's headlines!"
  • "Before we move on to today's headlines, let's join our very own little sunbeam, Candy Summers."
  • "Before we get to today's headlines, let's go to our traffic correspondent Ray Upton, who'll tell us all about a developing situation on the Los Angeles freeways."
  • "Let's check in with Moira for a quick look at today's headlines."

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