News-peg



noun
1.
a news story that forms the basis of or justification for a feature story, editorial, political cartoon, or the like.
2.
the reference in a feature story, editorial, or the like, to the newsworthy event that underlies or justifies it.
noun

a news story that forms the basis for a feature story, editorial, cartoon, interview, etc.

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