RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication."
We believe that different people have different preferences for accessing our news and see RSS as another method to help our visitors find the content they're most interested in reading.
Our RSS feeds include headlines and short summaries. They link directly to pages on our sites that contain the full articles.
As more devices become RSS-enabled (phones, PDAs, etc.), these feeds will also be accessible on those platforms.
Our RSS feeds are distributed in XML format.
We currently use the RSS 2.0 version.