A segue into another topic. Used when you want to move on to a new subject, but have no real way to connect it to what you were talking about before.
"So, in other news... I heard broke up with steve."
by progamer124 October 31, 2005
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(phrase) A retort used when someone tells you a story that seems blatantly obvious or that you’ve heard many times before. Most effective when followed up with another obvious statement.
Trump supporter: Donald Trump is going to make America great again!
Anyone else: In other news, blue is a color.

Patriots fan: Your team blew a 25-point lead in the Super Bowl.
Falcons fan: In other news, grass is green.

Omochao: (insert anything here)
Guy playing Sonic Adventure 2: In other news, water is wet. (suddenly gets an idea)
by EqualsPeach November 19, 2017
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A phrase which appears to denote a change in topic, but is in fact a sarcastic example of the topic at hand.
Donald Trump signed another bill banning refugees. In other news, the Klan doesn't like minorities.
by steely_pete October 13, 2017
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A great alternative to boring sentences like "thanks, Captain Obvious" or "no shit, Sherlock."
When someone says something so obvious that it should be more common knowledge than the color of the sky.
"holy shit guys i just realized that rage against the machine is advocating against capitalism"
"in other news, the sky is blue"
by Long Sohn Jilvers October 31, 2021
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