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What is RSS:RSS, an acronym for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary, is an XML based protocol that allows for the automatic distribution of Internet content from news related sites via RSS aggregators or readers. RSS allows you to receive free updates by subscribing (or clicking on buttons labeled 'RSS' or 'XML') to information from sites that publish content (e.g. news outlets or bloggers). Publishers of information may make information available to users in this format to save time required to visit multiple web sites individually.
Ask.com RSS Feeds:Ask.com currently provides RSS feeds for all of the news categories listed below. By clicking (located adjacent to each category and subcategory), you can subscribe to the news that you are interested in receiving updates on. It's easy!
Please note that you will need an RSS reader in order to read a news feed. Without one, you will be presented with a page full of code in your browser. The following is a list of popular RSS readers:
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Additional RSS InformationFor additional information on RSS and its benefits and uses, please visit the following:
Technology at Harvard Law RSS 2.0 specifications:
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