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Posted by on 13th January, 2004

Google News RSS feeds

I must admit I am a news junkie and I find it hard to find just the facts, without all the politics that drive certain headlines and stories. One of my main sources is Google News, because the site is not driven by humans!

Google News presents information culled from approximately 4,500 news sources worldwide and automatically arranged to present the most relevant news first. Topics are updated continuously throughout the day, so you will see new stories each time you check the page. Google has developed an automated grouping process for Google News that pulls together related headlines and photos from thousands of sources worldwide — enabling you to see how different news organizations are reporting the same story. You pick the item that interests you, then go directly to the site which published the account you wish to read.

Google News is highly unusual in that it offers a news service compiled solely by computer algorithms without human intervention.

Anyways, the reason for this post is that I found a site that offers the RSS feed of Google News. See it here: