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Newsfeeds going dead!

Why is it that newsfeeds seem to be dying? About 2 months ago, the Yahoo! News feed, which was very active, went nearly dead. After trying a few, I ended up with USA Today, which at least had a decent amount of new entries every day. Now, that has gone totally dead.

Most of the other news feeds are from sources I don't trust, not US oriented, or generally require a subscription to read beyond the headline. If this keeps up, I may have to start using the Comcast home page! (barf)

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    Andrew RossmannAndrew Rossmann shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • Andrew RossmannAndrew Rossmann commented  · 

        I can add that the USA Today app just started working. Again, this is something listed in your standard News apps available.

      • Andrew RossmannAndrew Rossmann commented  · 

        I have no idea what the RSS feed is. This is one of your own apps. In fact, it's listed in your 'Essential Apps' section (near bottom-right as "Yahoo! News".)

      • Andrew RossmannAndrew Rossmann commented  · 

        The Yahoo News app seems to be acting up again. Most of the tabs are now picking up virtually no new news, whereas the Science tab is getting more than normal. Normally, the main World, US, Politics and Technology tabs would have 100+ messages when I checked in the morning. Now, beginning Feb 17, they only have 3-4. Many marked February 16 were actually several days old. Also, it's not properly decoding some code, so, for example, the apostrophe " ' ", is showing as "'"

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