good news indeed, particularly in the context of the economic downturn, which, incidentally, nobody mentioned.
All this is good news for a strengthened U.S.-U.K. alliance—something that should not be threatened by excessive “Brit bashing.”
The good news is that we did learn from Katrina and that we are better able to manage such extreme emergencies.
Phelps approach to sharing “good news” was always dogmatic, extreme, and seemingly void of humanity.
As the broadcast networks decide on their new schedules, some people get good news, and some get bad news.
Heidi, in her happiness, could hardly wait to bring the old woman the good news.
She had from her also good news of the state of the village.
"That is old news, and good news, and new news," Tennyson responded.
"I trust, Mr. Hurd, you have come with good news," said the widow.
Of course, we sent post-haste to tell the good news of this victory to our long-suffering envoy at the French court.