HEADLINES: Catch Up On the Rest of the News


Here are the other stories conservatives are talking about today.


INFLATION JUMPS AGAIN: The consumer price index increased 8.2% in September compared to the same month in 2021, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced Thursday. Core inflation rose 6.6% for the month, reaching the highest level since 1982. Read more.

U.N. CONDEMNS ANNEXATIONS: The United Nations General Assembly voted Wednesday to condemn Russia’s move to annex four Ukrainian provinces in the south and east of the country. The only five countries to oppose the resolution? Russia, North Korea, Syria, Belarus and Nicaragua. Read more.

ALEX JONES HIT WITH $1B DAMAGES: A Connecticut jury has ordered InfoWars host Alex Jones to pay $965 million in damages as part of a defamation lawsuit brought by the families of children murdered in a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. Read more.

TRUMP ALLEGEDLY ORDERED DOCUMENTS MOVED: An employee at former president Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate told the FBI Trump ordered boxes of documents moved out of a basement storage room after he received a subpoena demanding all classified documents be turned over to the agency, CNN reported Wednesday. Read more.

L.A. RACISM SCANDAL UPDATE: Former Los Angeles Council President Nury Martinez, who gave up her leadership role on Monday amid public outrage over leaked audio of her making racist comments, announced Wednesday she will also resign her position on the council. Martinez’s fellow Democratic council members Kevin de León and Gil Cedillo, who are also heard making racist remarks in the recording, are also facing public pressure to resign. Read more.

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