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Subscribe to RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds to get news delivered directly to your desktop or phone. You will need a news reader to read the feeds you are subscribed to. There are browser based readers (such as Feedly and Newsblur) and software based readers for which you will have to download an app. If you find a RSS feed you like, subscribe by copying the link to that feed in your reader. You will find the RSS link by clicking on the words 'XML,' 'RSS,' or the  symbol.

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Listen to the news

Give your eyes some rest and listen to podcasts to get the latest news or more in-depth coverage. You can listen to podcasts in your browser or download them to listen to later.

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Fact or fiction? Recognize false news stories

With so many news sources available to you, a news story containing false information might slip through. Be aware that not all news is true.

Luckily there are several fact checking websites to help:

  • Snopes covers the stories you come across your social media news feed.
  • determines factual accuracy of what is said by US political figures.
  • Duke Reporter's LAB shows you fact-checking websites by continent.
  • NRC Checkt checks Dutch news stories.