At least some, what do you call it, lively news.
Three or four times in every century, starships would call and bring news of the galaxy.
I wonder if the women whose men have been killed for it will call it good news.
"There's but one thing you would dare to call good news to me," she cried.
He didn't do what the others would call news at all.
She was what the Americans so appropriately called bad news, and he had no intention of becoming involved further with her.
One forgets so quickly one's own youth: once I was interested myself in what for want of a better term they call news.
We were calling news back and forth to one another.
Denzel Washington met her at the door with what he called good news and bad news.
He called the proposal "excellent news" for stockholders and employees.