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How about http://newsmap.jp? It primarily gets its data from Google news. But then it gets news pretty much in a minimal way. If you want to read the whole article, I'd recommend google Reader to subscribe to feeds and then use a minimalist extension on your browser over it.


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When you search for "Iraq war" on News.google.com, you'll see "Archives" option on the left pane under "Any recent news". Clicking on it will bring new options as follows: You can either click on any year or click on "Custom Range..." to select a range. This is the result for your case:


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What you can do is go back and add the state you want to focus on. Say you only want news items from New York, add either "New York" or its abbreviation, "NY" as part of the search and then grab the RSS for it. Or with the URL as you have it now, add it right after the q= with a plus sign, like so: ...


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Go to Google News Click on the drop-down arrow in the right side of the search box From the drop-down menu, look for Date added to Google News: and choose your convenient option Click Search


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No way to do it within the available settings (public Gmail and Apps). You'll have to do something client-side (eg via GreaseMonkey).


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You may try Cruxbot It provides a tool that summarize web article. That way you can summarize any news articles.


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How you arrange the boxes is up to you (there's more than one in a column). Just click edit this page or add a section at the top-right. To delete or change a section, click the former and then that column. There will be options both to delete it and to edit it.


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It's not currently possible to revert to the old layout on Google News, and you are not the only one to request it, as can be seen on the Google user forums. It appears to only have been the US layout which has changed at the moment and a compromise would be to switch to an alternative 'edition' such as the UK, which currently retains the old layout, but ...


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I got tired of waiting for this feature to come to google so I wrote a Chrome Extension that does it for me. Try it out and see if it fixes it for you. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ekcmgkhakdlcondlgmadpiogjnlggpne


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I recently found a very nice way to customize my news the way I want them to be. Yahoo Pipes The pipe output can be added to Google Reader to filter the results that you want. Here is where I started - MacWorld - Master your RSS feeds with Pipes


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You could try using this Zapier Zap which creates an RSS feed of any users YouTube video feed. You just need to sub in the users YouTube username and Zapier will create the RSS feed you can put in your RSS feed. You can easily substitute the RSS feed in Zapier for other form of notification too like email, sms, instant message, etc.


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The URL for a user feed in YouTube is: https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/<user>/uploads Replace with the name of a YouTube channel or user. [from: Digital Inspiration]


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It is still possible to look back at "Full Coverage" of news articles back in 2008 (random example via "all X articles" links), so those pages remain. The link appears to be the same as well, so that should work into the future. The real time coverage option is new, so it is hard to talk about the longevity of those pages. The Google support page doesn't ...


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I did a quick search (news.google.com) using both terms separately then played around with the boolean terms and this seems to merge the two results: (Russia AND LNG OR export) OR Uralkali


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The OR functionality states that it is to be used for the following: The Boolean operator OR specifies alternatives to use as synonyms in search. Source So in this case wouldn't you want to search: LNG export Russia OR Uralkali That is what I think you want? Possibly even putting Uralkali in quotation marks.


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In the screen shot you provide, if you change the menu from "in archive" to "specified dates" you'll be able to edit the date fields.


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After you perform a search, you should get a button at the top of the search results labelled "Search tools". If you click that, a menu opens with three filters: All news - which allows toggling between "all news" and "blogs" Any time - which allows you to choose among several different pre-sent time periods or a custom range Sorted by relevance - which ...


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The black Google navigation bar, offers a shortcut/link to its various products. For what you are looking for, you will have to try this: Google News is not completely integrated to offer a search solution. In Search / Images / Maps/ ..., you are looking for information/data - i.e its a search problem. Whereas News is an independent product. And thats ...


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NewsCo.me website has summaries. It seems they have an Android app too.


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I also would like something similar to that. With all the RSS news feeds I have in tech and non-tech categories, I want to just get the gist, the main points of each news article and not an in-depth reading of multiple storytelling pages on the topic. For now I use my.yahoo.com as my main portal and have separate tabs for different categories of news. As ...


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Click the 'Personalize your news' pencil icon Hover over the mis-titled section and click the 'Delete' trash-can icon 'Save' your changes


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Short and simple: no, there is no way this can be directly done. In Google News, you can filter news based on topic, date, the website the news is posted on but nothing on the number of paragraphs posted in the news. One thing that you can do is find particular news websites which give detailed news and filter your Google News results to show news from only ...


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Sure you can! Click the gear icon that says Personalize your News Type in "Sports" Drag the slider to the left to where it says "Rarely"


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Use the 'daterange:[startdate]-[enddate]' operator The only downside is that it uses the Julian date format. Example: searchterm daterange:2452000-2452435 A more detailed explanation of the 'daterange:' operator can be found @ cnet.


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It seems Google does not allow the customization of the "Top Stories" feed in any way. Sure you can add your own sections with filters, terms etc, but not Top Stories i don't think.


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You can use adblock plus as well. A bit simpler than GreaseMonkey because you just click and block.


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No this is not possible. Closest you can do is bookmark the section or rearrange it so that it is one of the upper most sections on the Google News home page.



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