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.
Bloomberg has barbs at the ready for his first 2020 debate When Michael Bloomberg steps onto the Democratic debate stage for the first time on Wednesday, he will be ready to dismiss rivals like Joe Biden, who as vice president made "speeches that somebody writes for him," and Pete Buttigieg, "mayor of a town."
Key moments from Harvey Weinstein's rape trial Here are highlights of the rape trial of former movie producer Harvey Weinstein, who has pleaded not guilty to charges he sexually assaulted former production assistant Mimi Haleyi and raped onetime aspiring actress Jessica Mann.
Bolton says he hopes book is not 'suppressed' by White House John Bolton, the former national security adviser to President Donald Trump, raised concern on Monday about his unpublished book being "suppressed" by the White House and suggested he should be able to respond to the president's tweets about him.
'True Grit' author Charles Portis dies at 86 Charles Portis, the reclusive Arkansas writer known for the classic Western novel "True Grit" and the wry humor that filled his works, died on Monday at the age of 86 after battling a long illness, the New York Times reported.