What does "scoop" mean?
The latest news. If a journalist has a scoop, it means he or she has a good new story or piece of information, often sensational, to write about.
It's a newspaper term. When something important happens, reporters compete to "scoop up" the story and publish it before their competitors. A paper who is often first with the news is said to "have the scoop". So the sentence is saying that they have the latest information before everyone else.
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It can mean a Portion, as in a Scoop of Ice Cream, OR In Journalism it means to be first with a story. as in 'we got the scoop" Your example is a bit of a stretch on the journalism meaning. In your case, it means 'We have the Run-Down"
If you scoop a person or thing somewhere, you put your hands or arms under or round them and quickly move them there. If you scoop something from a container, you remove it with something such as a spoon. If a newspaper scoops other newspapers, it succeeds in printing an exciting or important story before they do. If something such as a dress has a scoop neck or a scooped neck, the neck has the shape of a wide, deep curve at the front. A scoop is an object like a spoon which is used for picking up a quantity of a food such as ice cream or an ingredient such as flour. You can use scoop to refer to an exciting news story which is reported in one newspaper or on one television programme before it appears anywhere else. .........more....... https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/scoop
It means being there first or being the first to disclose something.
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noun: a large ladle Example: "He used a scoop to serve the ice cream" noun: the shovel or bucket of dredge or backhoe noun: the quantity a scoop will hold noun: a hollow concave shape made by removing something noun: street names for gamma hydroxybutyrate noun: a news report that is reported first by one news organization Example: "He got a scoop on the bribery of city officials" verb: take out or up with or as if with a scoop Example: "Scoop the sugar out of the container" verb: get the better of http://www.rhymezone.com/r/rhyme.cgi?Word=scoop https://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/american/scoop_1 https://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/american/scoop_2