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.

Sentinel Newspapers Executive Editor Brian Karem responds to Deputy Press Secy. Sarah Huckabee Sanders' attack on the media, saying he is tired of being "bullied."
We shouldn't forget about Rep. Greg Gianforte. The newest congressman's guilty plea this month in a Montana court on charges of misdemeanor assault -- resulting in sentence of no jail time -- and his $50,000 donation to a press freedom organization (Gianforte is worth north of $300 million) may satisfy the courts and even the reporter he victimized, but congressional representatives and the American people should not let him off so easily.
There's a Time magazine cover photo featuring Donald Trump hanging in at least five of his golf clubs. The only problem, according to the Washington Post's David Fahrenthold, is that no such cover exists. As in, Trump (or someone close to him) created the cover out of whole cloth.
One hundred eleven people died last year under California's new right-to-die law, according to a report released Tuesday by the state's Department of Public Health.
The newly unveiled Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the Arkansas state Capitol was knocked over early Wednesday, less than 24 hours after it was erected, a state government official told CNN.
A Florida police department is warning people of the dangers of spreading false information after a good Samaritan was mistaken for a kidnapper and had his name and picture spread across Facebook.
As President Donald Trump lashes out at former President Barack Obama for failing to take a harder line against Russia for election meddling, Trump's own advisers are struggling to convince him that Russia still poses a threat, according to multiple senior administration officials.
The contrast could not be more extreme: a loud, pushy, anti-intellectual President Donald Trump versus a soft-spoken, recessive, philosophical former president, Barack Obama. The difference has become especially glaring in recent days, with Trump repeatedly breaking the tradition of a new president refraining from dissing his predecessor.
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