• In normal times David Cameron's criticism of Labour's economic record would have had to include some scathing personal criticism or devastating new statistics for it to get any coverage beyond a nib (news in brief).

    BBC: Martha Kearney's week

  • Yet the day after Mr Blunkett's retreat, the Daily Mail tucked the story away on page 18, while the Times gave it three paragraphs in a news-in-brief column.

    ECONOMIST: Bagehot

  • "Millions of Americans are watching right now, " the president told reporters in a brief news conference in the White House Rose Garden.


  • In a brief news release, state police said the shooting occurred when the boy was "playing" with the rifle, but did not elaborate.

    NPR: 5-Year-Old Boy Shoots 2-Year-Old Sister In Ky.

  • Earlier optimism was in line with a brief rally in GPS shares until news of another 7.4-magnitude earthquake in Japan knocked the wind out of a U.S. stock market rally.

    FORBES: Contrarians See United Continental Flying Above $19, Gap Getting A Bounce

  • When Grasso replaced William Donaldson as the Big Board's chief in 1994, Reuters covered the story in a 147-word news brief.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • While the total number of mortgages approved did fall slightly to 50K, the overall growth in credit was positive and after a brief wait while investors digested the news and held it against the situation in Europe, the final determination was GBP positive.

    FORBES: Euro Punished On Financing Concerns

  • He made several public appearances in the hours after the news broke, but only made a brief statement after he was asked a question by a journalist.

    BBC: Canada anger at 'friendly fire' deaths

  • An Asian Wall Street Journal news brief said an Indian government member indicated that the Karmapa would accept asylum in India if it were offered.

    CNN: ASIANOW - Asiaweek | Daily Briefing: Teen Dream

  • "If there is anyone who has always believed in Europe, it's me, " he said at a brief news conference at the Foreign Ministry on Wednesday.

    CNN: Berlusconi embraces dual role

  • At least 10 news organizations and professional associations have agreed to file a friend of the court brief Thursday or Friday in support of the appeal, said Alonzo Wickers, a partner in the Los Angeles office of the law firm Davis Wright Tremaine.

    CNN: Media appeal ruling on Bryant closed-door hearing

  • In the early hours of the morning, chief of the armed forces General Lucas Rincon held a brief news conference to say Mr Chavez's resignation had been demanded and accepted.

    BBC: Venezuela's new dawn

  • For example: Typing in Intel (nasdaq: INTC - news - people ) turns up a single page with a brief company history including pictures of the founders, a company profile, annual sales, employees, office phone numbers, executive's names, stock charts and recent news.

    FORBES: The Best Internet Innovation In Years

  • Every major news organization, from national newspapers to television networks to magazines, was complicit to some degree in selling the public a brief of false information, from Hussein's allegedly terrifying arsenal of weapons of mass destruction to the fictional links between the Iraqi government and al Qaeda.

    CNN: Duped on Iraq War, has press learned?

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