This month, the number was 49.6 percent—bad news, and below 50 yet again.
It was clear enough to every American that Hitler and Tojo were bad news, and that was that.
For the Republican Party, Tuesday's primaries contain good news and bad news.
Terrorism is bad news anywhere, but especially rough on Odessa, where the city motto seems to be “make love, not war.”
As the broadcast networks decide on their new schedules, some people get good news, and some get bad news.
Madame has had bad news, said Monmouth and looked at her anxiously.
You didn't on the dock, you know, when you got the bad news.
“Mr. Pratt brings us bad news,” the Marquis intervened suavely.
"You have received some bad news, I am afraid," said Coleman.
This movement had been, moreover, determined by the bad news arriving from other parts of Paris.
[1970s+; all senses extended from the literal]