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.
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:
In the news search box at the far right hand side there is a down arrow. Clicking this will show advanced search features.
Type "Puerto Rico" into the box labeled "this exact phrase".
Set the "Date added:" drop down to "specified dates".
enter the begin and end date into the two date fields
The service buttons are dimmed when the App launcher "thinks" that the related service is not available in the corresponding assumed user preferences, like language and related country top-level domain.
Instead of the App launcher
- Use the desktop Chrome App launcher
- Use bookmarks instead of the App launcher
- Use the address ...
You need to be more specific in your search terms.
The first thing to do, if you're looking for news about a specific person, is to put their name in quotes.
Next, if that still finds too many results with the same name, you need to add keywords that will narrow your search. So, for your case, youtube would be a good one. This person also seems to be known ...
If the article is labeled as "Fact Check", then yes, there is.
From Fix settings & report problems in Google News
Other problems might include:
An outdated article
A wrong headline
An article in the wrong section
Problems with page appearance or navigation
A blog or press release without a label
An article incorrectly labeled "Fact ...
The best you can do (just within Google News) is reduce a news source to "rarely", but you won't be able to get rid of it altogether.
On Google News, click the Personalize button.
There, you'll find a number of sliders to change the frequency of news from certain Topics. Below that is a place to "Adjust Sources".
In the text box, type the name of the ...
Google News is only matching "path of exile" to the content of news sites. Beyond the search term, if an article is in a different language, and it is high on the search list for some reason, that is what you get.
BTW, the fourth one looks like Hungarian.
What you can do is first search for "path of exile" in Google Search.
Then go to Advanced Settings. ...
Stop seeing stories based on past searches
There are several ways to stop Google News from showing stories based on your past searches and browsing activity on Google:
Sign out of your Google Account.
Browse in incognito (or private) mode.
Delete activity from your account.
Turn off Web & App Activity.
The OR functionality states that it is to be used for the following:
The Boolean operator OR specifies alternatives to use as synonyms in
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.
Old question but new solutions exist now which allow you to make use of youtube without a google account.
For phones (android) - NewPipe
For PCs - Ividious, Minitube, FreeTube
Invidious can be self hosted or you can use a public instance. Every channel has an RSS feed.
Both, NewPipe and Ividious can import your yt channel subscriptions. Youtube allows ...
Copy the url into a text editor and look for an ampersand. Insert
in front of some existing ampersand. Then paste the whole thing back into your browser. This will give you 20 hits. You can make the number bigger if you want to.
Not exactly same as excluding topics but close enough. You can click the three-dot button on an article containing a topic you don't want, then click on "Fewer stories like this" on the menu that pops up. This may help Google learn what topics you don't want to see.
The three-dot menu is hidden when you view the site on a desktop computer. To access the ...