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Looking Backward: September’s Top Syndicated Articles from Leading repubHub Publishers

Written by Andrew Elston | Oct 25, 2017

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.

This month we list the top articles from a dozen of our world-class sources: 

    1. AFP: Trump urges fans to boycott NFL over anthem protests, Sept. 24
    2. Al Jazeera: Inside the alt-right: 'Genocidal behind closed doors', Sept. 25

    3. Centre Daily Times (State College, PA) Jerry Sandusky's son pleads guilty to 14 child sex-abuse charges, Sept. 16

    4. Chicago Tribune: 5 Wheaton College football players face felony charges in hazing incident, Sept. 19

    5. Dallas Morning News: Miss Texas' answer to Trump and white supremacists has everyone talking, Sept. 11

    6. DeepStateNation: 'Everyone Is Unhappy': Trump Aides Are Desperately Looking For New Jobs, Sept. 22

    7. Los Angeles Times: Jerry Lewis excludes his six sons from his will, Sept. 23

    8. Newsweek: Limbaugh Suggests Hurricane Irma is a Liberal Hoax, Sept. 5

    9. International Business Times: Neil DeGrasse Tyson Sued Over StarTalk Series, Sept. 1

    10. NJ Spotlight: The List: The 10 Longest Commutes for NJ's Largest Municipalities, Sept. 19

    11. Rare: The woman who infamously drowned her kids in a lake has since led a dangerous life in prison, Sept. 28

    12. The Sports Xchange: Judge denies NFL stay request in Elliott case, Sept. 18

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