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What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is a lightweight XML format designed for sharing headlines and other content.

What does it do?
It allows you to continually pull text headlines from a variety of different sources all in one handy place. When you click on a headline in an RSS reader, it then takes you to that story on our site.

How do I get started?
First you need a RSS reader to view RSS feeds. There are three types: those that run as a standalone application, some integrate directly into your existing web browser or mail reader, and some are directly built into your web browser.

We suggest using Internet Explorer 8.0 because it has a built in RSS feed reader. While this is what we suggest you use there are other options available. Following is a list of popular RSS readers that can be installed and used:

RSS News Readers

IE 8 Microsoft's latest web browser, Internet Explorer 8 has a built in RSS feed reader.
Firefox 2.0 Mozilla Firefox 2.0 has a built in RSS feed reader.
Awasu Free standalone Windows application
RSS Reader Free standalone Windows application
Pluck Free Windows/Mac/Linux program that integrates in to Internet Explorer or Firefox
Newsgator Integrates in to Microsoft Outlook
Palm About's Palm OS RSS reader list
Pocket PC About's Pocket PC OS reader list

After you have installed your RSS reader, you can now subscribe to our RSS feed.
Just click on the RSS icon News in RRS to see the feed. If you get a bunch code, you don't have an RSS reader installed on your system. You may have to copy and past the URL from the address line in your browser and paste it in to the appropriate field of your RSS Reader.

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