Hard-news



noun, Journalism.
1.
serious news of widespread import, concerning politics, foreign affairs, or the like, as distinguished from routine news items, feature stories, or human-interest stories.

noun phrase

Information that is definite and verifiable, free of conjecture (1938+)

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