This label is for communicative or mental information content—i.e., a message or contemplated proposition—expressed more directly than a [ss Topic].

In English, this is usually conveyed not with an adposition, but with a *content clause* possibly marked by a complementizer: 

- [ex 001 "I said/believed/discovered _that it was time to leave_."]

- [ex 002 "the news _that Nixon had resigned_"]

Outside of English, [ss Content] may apply to adpositional or case marking of quoted speech (e.g., quotative markers).

Contrast [ss Topic], which is for the subject matter of information, rather than the information itself.