What is RSS?
RSS (short for Really Simple Syndication) allows web sites to publish RSS feeds, which you can use to read news articles as soon as they are published.
You can view RSS feeds in a program called a news reader or news aggregator, which keeps track of all your feeds and may notify you when any of them are updated. Free and simple news readers are easily found by searching for "rss reader" or "rss aggregator" in a search engine such as Google.
We have feeds for many of the sites on our network. To add these to your news reader, copy the location of the feeds below from your address bar:
Our feeds are updated once a day, so you will not need to set your rss reader to refresh any more frequently than every few hours to be notified of the latest updates.