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What is RSS?

The term stands for “really simple syndication,” a format for publishing online content such as news articles and blog postings from multiple sources to one convenient location. Typically, headlines and summaries are sent to a Web-based reader you can access with your computer or mobile device. These headlines link to full articles on the website that originally published them. RSS feeds are free.

How do I read an RSS feed?

You may use a Web-based news reader, such as Yahoo or Google, or you may install a news reader that is compatible to your computer operating system. Most news readers are free.

After installing the news reader, headlines and summaries will be sent automatically to your computer as they are published.

You can subscribe to RSS feeds by clicking on the RSS orange button or by cutting and pasting the RSS feed URL into your news feeder.