RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a standard method for distributing content on the web. Headlines and links to new articles are updated in near real-time. There are many stand-alone news readers, and email clients such as Outlook and Gmail also have built in RSS readers. In addition, blogs and websites of all types can utilize specific segments using these RSS feeds.
In context of how they are used here, I wanted a single place to hold a number of reliable, middle of the road, news sources. The collection of links here should pretty well satisfy that requirement. There might be one or two that are somewhat left-leaning. But I really tried to keep it as unbiased as possible.
Scroll down to read. Use the menu above to choose a different RSS feed.
The available RSS feeds are valid news sites that are all considered to be neutral. Nothing leaning too far left, nothing leaning too far right. Plus some fun stuff. Hope you find the page useful.
If you want to know more about how this works, please visit the Tutorial page to learn to make your own RSS reader.
Current feed - Reuters: Top News
Prominent lawyers Starr, Dershowitz join Trump impeachment team President Donald Trump is bringing in high-profile legal firepower to help defend him in his Senate impeachment trial with the addition on Friday of former independent counsel Ken Starr, who paved the way for Democratic President Bill Clinton's 1998 impeachment, and prominent lawyer Alan Dershowitz.
Shares set fresh records, lifted by U.S. housing data Key world equity indexes scaled new highs on Friday as the latest U.S. data - a surge in housing starts to the highest level since 2006 - drove stocks on Wall Street to records and investors away from risk-adverse assets such as the yen.
The yield curve's still weird. Fed's Bullard is okay with that It was more than a year ago when St. Louis Federal Reserve bank President James Bullard started raising the alarm about a U.S. bond market where interest rates seemed to show investors losing faith in the economy, a risky environment for the Fed to carry out planned rate increases.