In surveys, tabloid reporters usually rank with real-estate agents at the bottom of the league when it comes to public trust.
David Cook, who led two of inquiries, had his phone hacked by the tabloid, his house watched, and his family followed.
Despite all the tabloid drama over the years, Barker and Moakler are still very close.
The Italian tabloid Novella 2000 reports that she was angry due to his “less-than-warm reception” upon her return.
While there have always been whispers about Jay Z's rumored infidelities, the tabloid fervor reached an all time peak back in May.
A series of choice, tabloid talks—a spiritual meditation for every day in the year.
That's the tabloid novel—one swallow of water, and it's gone.
Instead he threw himself on the bed and read a tabloid newspaper.
For use throw one tabloid into a cup of hot water, wait a minute and a satisfying infusion is the result.
Something about the case caught a tabloid's attention and it was played up as a human interest sob story.
1884, "small tablet of medicine," trademark name (by Burroughs, Wellcome and Co.) for compressed or concentrated chemicals and drugs, formed from tablet + Greek-derived suffix -oid. By 1898, it was being used figuratively to mean a compressed form or dose of anything, hence tabloid journalism (1901), and newspapers that typified it (1918), so called for having short, condensed news articles and/or for being small in size.