What Are RSS Feeds?
Short for Really Simple Syndication, RSS feeds offer you another way to get USMagazine.com’s content. Subscribe to our feeds to get the latest celebrity news headlines, photos and links back to full articles or galleries formatted for your favorite feed reader and updated throughout the day for up-to-the-minute news.
How can I get USMagazine's RSS feed
To create your USMagazine.com feed, you will need a special RSS news reader or aggregator. There are many different news readers available, most of them for free.
Use of RSS Feeds:
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Link to Content Pages:
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For any article, you may not display more text than we provide in the RSS feed.
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Right to Discontinue Feeds: