RSS Feed Viewer

The Rss Feed viewer allows you to present information from any rss feed available. This is a good way for repeat viewers to find information you might feel is something you would like to include on your site. One very large benefit of an rss viewer on your site is you don't have to update the information it displays. Features include max items to display and height of the viewer box.

We have added an RSS feed from the CNN.com site which you can see below. RSS feeds are avalable for almost every interest if you look for one. This is another FREE upgrade for all of our webservices clients.

President Donald Trump is again focusing his Twitter sights on the judiciary, this time denouncing a ruling that halted implementation of an executive order targeting "sanctuary" cities.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera said President Donald Trump's administration would be well advised to move on to other issues after a federal judge blocked the Trump administration from enforcing a threat to take away funds from sanctuary cities.
A ruling from a federal district judge invalidating President Trump's attempt to restrict federal money for sanctuary cities is a policy setback for his Administration. But it is also a huge political gift.
We're covering Trump's 97th day in office live, below.
President Donald Trump's former national security adviser did not properly disclose payments from Russia and may have broken the law, House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz and ranking Democrat Elijah Cummings said Tuesday after reviewing Michael Flynn's application for a security clearance.
The Trump administration is finally outlining its plan for tax reform, which leans heavily on tax cuts.
US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin speaks about the Trump administration's plans for tax reform, saying it will be the biggest tax cut and largest tax reform in US history.
President Donald Trump's ambitious goal of reducing the corporate tax rate from 35% to 15% without concern over deficits has a fatal problem: Senate rules.
From "better than the last three" to "a disaster": This is how voters see the first 100 days of Donald Trump's presidency.
For all the talk about Pope Francis' techno-savvy -- and 10 million Twitter followers ain't bad for a 80-year-old churchman -- he doesn't seem sold on Silicon Valley's endless promises.
US warships and submarines are on the move. North Korea has carried out a massive live-fire drill. Washington and Pyongyang are trading inflammatory rhetoric on a weekly basis.
An Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps ship acted "unprofessional but also provocative" while approaching the USS Mahan, an American destroyer in the Persian Gulf on Monday, according to a US official.
More politicians--Democrats, not just Trump--have started cursing in public. Research suggests this might help them seem authentic, but Mel Robbins says there's a good reason this is not good for America.
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