Headline [noun]

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If you’re entering a headline in Week 1423, please don’t also submit it to Anagram Times.

Some of its biggest price swings were in 2017 and 2018, when a steep rise followed by an 84 percent decline brought plenty of hype and headlines.

These checks, cut at retirement, have made headlines because they sometimes reach six-figure sums.

It’s become pretty trendy, re-litigating the headline controversies of the late ’90s and early 2000s.

The coronavirus pandemic — and the inevitable headlines about the total amount bet on Sunday’s Super Bowl — probably will prompt even more legislators to take a close look at sports betting.

In other words, don’t get distracted by the headline unemployment rate.

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Beyond the headline battle, it’s worth watching how the Bucs plan to attack the Chiefs’ defense using Brady and company.

In 2019 another Google Project Zero researcher, Natalie Silvanovich, made headlines when she presented critical zero-click, zero-day bugs in Apple’s iMessage.

To the American imagination, Saudi Arabia is not a country so much as a collection of shocking headlines.