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HEADLINES: Catch Up On the Rest of the News

Here are the other stories conservatives are talking about today.

THE HEADLINES

BRITISH PM RESIGNS: Liz Truss’ tenure as British prime minister ended Thursday after just six weeks, the shortest in U.K. history. Truss’ resignation followed weeks of financial chaos triggered by her flagship proposal to lower taxes. In the coming weeks, Conservative Party members will vote for a new leader, who will automatically become prime minister ahead of the next general election in 2024. Read more.

INVESTIGATION INTO COVID OFFICIALS’ STOCK TRADES: Federal bureaucrats and elected officials responsible for leading the U.S. response to COVID-19 traded millions of dollars in stocks as the global pandemic loomed in January 2020, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. Read more.

TRUMP SIGNED FALSE VOTE FRAUD DOCS, JUDGE CLAIMS: Former president Donald Trump knowingly signed documents which included allegations of voter fraud that he knew were false, U.S. district court judge David Carter said Wednesday in an 18-page opinion. Read more.

BIDEN BEGS OIL COMPANIES: President Biden publicly beseeched oil company executives on Wednesday to lower prices as gas prices creep up again and inflation remains stubbornly high. Read more.

BEES UNLEASHED ON COPS: A Massachusetts woman, Rorie S. Woods, 55, was charged with assault and battery on October 12 for allegedly loosing a swarm of bees on sheriff’s deputies. Read more.

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