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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfront-pageˈfront-page adjective [only before noun]   front-page news/article/story etc
Examples from the Corpus
front-pageSoon, the desegregation of education became front-page news again and forced the Kennedy administration to respond with force.If she knew that each of these unhappy events would be international front-page news she would be even more upset.If even one of the cited companies faltered, even though it might later spring back, it became front-page news.The war was no longer front-page news.
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