RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) is an XML-based format for sharing and distributing web content, such as news headlines. Using a RSS reader, you can subscribe to and view data feeds from RSS sources, including headlines, summaries and links to full stories, without having to visit a website.
In order to subscribe you need an RSS Aggregator (or Reader) which will download and display RSS feeds. If you are using a newer version of Microsoft IE, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Apple Safari you can read the feeds directly in your browser. Newer versions of Microsoft Outlook will collect RSS feeds also. Or you may download one of a number of free and commercial RSS Aggregators currently available. Performing a search for "RSS Feed Readers" in any major online search engine will produce a number of options.
The available RSS feeds are listed below. Once you've selected a feed, click to view its details and subscribe.
At the top of each feed page are subscription options. Click the down arrow to select your feed aggregator. Then click subscribe.