RSS Feeds

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RSS Feeds

If you use an online or desktop news reader you can subscribe to's free Really Simple Syndication (RSS) headline feeds.

RSS feeds are available from most of the main sections on Look for the orange RSS icon - - at the bottom of the main list of stories, usually just above the multimedia bar. Click on that to be taken to the RSS feed for that section.

Technical info about RSS

RSS is an XML-based format for sharing web content. When there is an update on, it will be added to the feeds automatically and you'll see it without having to revisit the page.

There are a number of ways to access RSS feeds. You can install a news reader that displays RSS feeds from the Web sites you select, enabling you to view hundreds of headlines at once, or you can subscribe to an online aggregator like My Yahoo!. Setting up an account is free and takes only a few seconds. Your news reader will feature instructions for subscribing to a feed.

We encourage the use of RSS feeds for personal use in a news reader or as part of a non-commercial Web site or blog. We require proper format and attribution whenever the headlines are posted on your Web site, and we reserve the right to require that you cease distributing content. Please read the complete Terms and Conditions.

For more information about RSS feeds, see "How to read RSS Feeds" at and "RSS Readers" at

Select a Feed

The links below will allow you to access RSS news feeds by topic. If you are a My Yahoo! User, you can also add our sections to your My Yahoo! page.

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Business XML Add to My Yahoo!
Sports XML Add to My Yahoo!
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WFU XML Add to My Yahoo!
ECU XML Add to My Yahoo!
Preps XML Add to My Yahoo!
Canes XML Add to My Yahoo!
Lifestyles XML Add to My Yahoo!
Editorials XML Add to My Yahoo!
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