Each month we take a tally of the hottest news and features syndicated from repubHub in the prior month, as measured by page views from across republishers’ websites. Looking backward is an opportunity to reflect on where we have come from and where we may be going—and gives editors a snapshot of what grabbed readers’ attention.
October began with the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, in Las Vegas. It ended with a terrorist attack on Halloween, in New York City—the deadliest such attack since 9/11. These two horrific events bracketed a month that was especially newsworthy. We look back on articles syndicated from repubHub that had significant coverage of those events—as well as others less bloody.
Las Vegas Shooting:
- Stephen Paddock Named As Las Vegas Shooting Suspect, Newsweek, Oct. 2.
- Who Is Marilou Danley, Stephen Paddock’s Apparent Girlfriend?, International Business Times, Oct. 2.
- Law enforcement reveals the meaning behind the cryptic note left by the Las Vegas shooter, Rare, Oct. 8.
Other October Articles of Note:
N.J. mega car dealer pulls TV ads over NFL protests, NJ.com, Oct. 3.
Angry Vets Label Gen. Kelly A ‘Blue Falcon’, Crooks & Liars, Oct. 21.
Trump Wanted to Rename America's Biggest Mountain, Newsweek, Oct. 23.
JFK documents: Khrushchev says cops killed Kennedy; CIA plots; RFK-Monroe affair, Dallas Morning News, Oct. 27.
New York Terrorist Attack:
- Several reportedly killed near World Trade Center, 1 in custody, NJ.com Oct. 31.
- New York terrorist attack: Alleged killer Sayfullo Saipov has N.J. ties, NJ.com, Oct. 31.
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