Constituting or including the very latest information: an up-to-the-minute news bulletin. (adjective)
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Use "up-to-the-minute" in a sentence
"Go to Foxnews. com for up-to-the-minute relevant news headlines."
"So, starting today, along with offering HuffPost's usual blend of up-to-the-minute local news and distinctive takes from our New York bloggers, we're going to be adding more elements that will help make HuffPost New York a go-to guide to what's going on all over town."
"The mobile platform is the clear catalyst for this type of outreach, making it critical to fulfilling consumer demand for up-to-the-minute news."