news that is happening and being reported or revealed at this moment
CNN reports the breaking news.
“Tom Brokaw would anchor for hours on end for breaking news events and things like that,” Roker says.
Curated to avoid information overload, the site is dedicated to breaking news and sharp commentary.
As soon as it scrolled beneath the “breaking news” banner on television, I knew our work had just gotten quite a bit harder.
Comfortablysmug Twitter is an amazing forum for breaking news, but sometimes it can do more harm than good.
In not breaking news, we confidently predict that Fergie won't be there.
And breaking news could happen at any minute, and render all that preparation completely wasted.
breaking news: a top republican finds the views of a democratically-backed Supreme Court nominee "quite troubling."
His love for breaking news—the very idea of breakthrough—is apparent, but he fails to address the more distressing implications.
But Toomey had to begin his remarks instead with the breaking news out of Boston.
I am a doctor, you know, Jasper, and so you may take my word when I say there is no good in what is called 'breaking news.'