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Use the links to the left in a feed reader application to be alerted about articles.

Get the latest baltimoresun.com headlines delivered to your computer, cell phone or other devices via RSS feed. The links to the left contain raw data that can be downloaded by news-aggregator software or online news readers such as Feedly, Liferea or Netvibes. Click here to find more free RSS feed reader software.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about RSS and news feeds.

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If you wish to use any of the feeds listed in a feed reader, you can copy the URL the feed points to and insert that as the URL of the feed.


NEW FEATURE: You can now subscribe to RSS feeds on our topic pages. Click on the 'Subscribe' link at the top of any topic and enter the feed into an RSS feed reader application.


Frequently asked questions

What is RSS?

The acronym "RSS" stands for "Really Simple Syndication" or "Rich Site Summary". An RSS feed or news feed is an online file, not in hypertext like this page but formatted in XML for a range of devices.

What is a news feed reader?

News feed reader or news aggregator software combines in one place current links from many news sources.

Why use a news feed reader?

Feed readers allow you to quickly follow the topics you choose. Many feed readers are integrated into e-mail programs or Web browsers, or will pop up a new window when a new article is available.

Where can I get an RSS feed reader?

There are many free and inexpensive readers and websites that display RSS feeds. Click here to find more free RSS feed reader software.

What is Web syndication?

Syndication on the Web means that a section of a website is made available for other sites to use. The RSS feeds on this page are an example of syndication of baltimoresun.com. Readers "subscribe" to the feed simply by pasting the link into a news reader.