Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "News"

The meaning of "News" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does News Clipping Service ? mean?
A: This is like newspapers review. They select newspapers' articles/info for particular purpose.
Q: What does News flash mean?
A: News flash: a single important item that is broadcast and often interrupts other programs.

But since you saw this in a drama, its meaning should be something like "pointing out something important or obvious"

E.g.
"My boss told me to work overtime AND weekends. News flash, I don't want to"
"My friends asked me why I wasn't going to school. News flash, my leg's broken."
Q: What does What does " 'News resistors' choose to turn their backs on news, resisting the urge to turn on TV and read the paper every day "
mean? mean?
A: Both. They neither read papers nor watch telly.
Q: What does News of you. mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does ""News 5 storm tracker with Doppler radar" mean?
A: News 5 is the name of the news station. Storm Tracker is one of their programs which uses a Doppler Radar system to show weather activity over a map.

Example sentences using "News"

Q: Please show me example sentences with News.
A: - Hello John! What’s the good news, my friend?

- I’ve got good news and I’ve got bad news. Which do you want to hear first?

- Turn on the TV set so we can watch the evening news.

- Have you heard any news yet? Did they find their missing cat?

- Frank: Hey Charlie, did you hear that we are getting a bonus check this year?
Charlie: No. That’s news to me!

- John just died in surgery. Who’s going to break the news to his wife?

- Have you heard about cryptocurrency yet? It’s all over the news!

Synonyms of "News" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between News and News Article ?
A: I read an interesting article on CNN the other day. I watch the news every night on TV. My son had to cut an article out of the paper and talk about it in front of his class yesterday. I received good news from my sister who lives in Thailand. Stephanie read an article about global warming recently that inspired her to grow organic vegetables. *We generally don't say "news article, " though it's correct. It's not necessary.
Q: What is the difference between News and Information ?
A: News tells you about events that happened recently. “Information” is not required to be recent.

“The US Senate is holding an impeachment trial for Donald Trump” is news and information.

“The capital of America is Washington DC” is information but not news.
Q: What is the difference between Fake News and Real News ?
A: Fake news is when the media reports things that didn’t really happen, or when the facts are messed with. Real news is news that tells what actually happened.

Translations of "News"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? News say that some big mart sell only two bottles of cooking oil per person due to a shortage of cooking oil.
A regular restaurant owner says the wholesaler will raise the price of flour soon.
Should I stock up on cooking oil and flour in advance?
fix it.
A:

A regular restaurant owner says THAT the wholesalers will raise the price of flour soon.
Do I need to stock up on cooking oil and flour ahead of time?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I always watch News on TV from 10p.m. to 11p.m. with eating dinner. It is precious time to catch up with the world. On the other hand, I rarely view variety or drama.
A: Thank you for answering my questions. And, your nose is cool:))
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? News( speak slowly please)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? News

Other questions about "News"

Q: "Sad News. My MacBook screen blacked out.
Would the warranty cover the repairing fee?" Does this sound natural?
A: It’s OK but more usually:

Sad News. My MacBook screen blacked out.
Would the warranty cover it?

We also say guarantee for warranty sometimes.
Q: News in this month Does this sound natural?
A: The News This Month
This Month's News
News of the Month
Q: Please show me how to pronounce News and New.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does "sent other news organizations scurrying to match." mean?

Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
The CNN report from July 27 headlined, “Cohen claims Trump knew in advance of 2016 Trump Tower meeting,” cited “sources with knowledge,” contradicting repeated denials by Trump and his surrogates, as Fox News previously reported. CNN’s report resulted in countless cable news segments and sent other news organizations scurrying to match.
A: “scurrying” means to move quickly in a disorganized manner.
“to match” here means ‘to match’ (come up with an equal to) the CNN report.

News organizations were caught off guard by the CNN report, and they had to move quickly and haphazardly to try not to be outdone by CNN, and come up with equal reports of their own, or provide new insight or coverage on the subject of the CNN report (that Trump knew in advance of the Trump Tower meeting).
Q: From Japanese News
"A stir was caused in the municipal government of Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture when it was revealed that workers in the welfare division were wearing and using customized merchandise while on duty."

I don't understand why "when "is used? I think "where "is better.
A: "When" refers to time, the time when the information was revealed. "Where" refers to place or location. The time of the reveal was more important than the place.

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