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.
Watch: Trump berates reporter for 'threatening' question During a coronavirus task force briefing, President Trump interrupts PBS reporter Yamiche Alcindor after she asks about his previous claim that governors don't need all of the equipment they are requesting to fight the pandemic.
Opinion: Donald Trump's special day When Donald Trump was growing up in the New York of the 1950s, Easter was a grand civic festival as well as a religious holiday. He was eight in 1955, when a balmy day brought out about two million people for the Easter Parade along and around Fifth Avenue. "Hats were large, small, sensible, silly, be-flowered, tailored, and of virtually every hue ever conceived by nature or man," wrote Edith Evans Asbury in the New York Times.
Analysis: How long will Trump's poll surge last? The 2020 race, publicly at least, has largely halted as the country battles the coronavirus pandemic. Former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are off the campaign trail. As is President Donald Trump, although his daily coronavirus task force briefings have begun to resemble campaign events.