We invite you to use Thomson Reuters News & Insight RSS Feeds to add news, insight and analysis, and featured content from Westlaw to your feed reader or blog for individual, non-commercial use.
How to Use RSS Feeds
To subscribe to Thomson Reuters News & Insight feeds in your feed reader, copy the URL that corresponds to the topic that interests you and paste it in your RSS Aggregator.
What is an RSS Feed?
An RSS Feed is a regular delivery of updated summaries of web content. The feed often consists of a headline,
abbreviated summary and a link to the full version of the content. The “RSS” stands for Really Simple Syndication
which is a type of format for a feed. Feeds are usually sent to a feed reader which lists the summaries in a single
location, allowing the user to review new web content from a variety of sites in a single location.
How to use RSS Feeds?
To subscribe to Thomson Reuters News & Insight RSS feeds, you will need a feed reader (or "news aggregator"). The latest versions
of popular web browsers also support feeds directly. Note: You will need a feed reader or current browser to subscribe to feeds.
If you click on a feed link in an old browser, it may display unfriendly, unformatted code.
Internet Explorer 7
Web pages with content that can be sent to an RSS feeder will have light up on the toolbar.
Click to see a list of all RSS Feeds available for that webpage. Click “Subscribe to this feed”.
Web pages with content that can be sent to an RSS feeder will have
next to the url address (http://www...). Click “Add Bookmark”.
Web pages with content that can be sent to an RSS feeder will have next to the url address (http://www...).
see a list of all RSS Feeds available for that webpage. Choose your feed reader
from the drop-down and click “Subscribe Now” to receive.
Microsoft Outlook 2007
Copy the url of the RSS feed that you want to add to Outlook. Go to Tools --> Account Settings --> RSS Feeds --> New. Paste the url in the dialog box. Click “Add”. Click “OK”.
Copy the url of the RSS feed that you want to add to Thunderbird. After setting up a new RSS account folder,
click on the account --> Manage Subscriptions --> Add. Paste the url in the dialog box. Click “OK”.
Thomson Reuters News & Insight offers RSS as a free service to any individual user or non-profit organization, subject to the following terms and conditions:
- Use will be for non-commercial purposes.
- Use is limited to platforms in which a functional link is made available allowing
immediate display of the full article or video on the newsandinsight.com platform, as specified in the feed.
- Use is accompanied by proper attribution to Thomson Reuters News & Insight as the source.
By accessing our RSS service you are indicating your understanding and agreement that
you will not use Thomson Reuters News & Insight RSS in contravention of the above conditions.
Thomson Reuters News & Insight reserves the right to discontinue this service at any time and further reserves
the right to request the immediate cessation of any specific use of its RSS service.