Look up the definitions of "NEWS". and apply it to your page.
The term "NEWS" is widely defined as recent, up-to-date (new), and of generally relevant to most people. Most of your postings don't qualify. Many are days old, out-of-date information (and close to the top of the lists). WAY too many 'stories' from highly-biased sources (i.e. Huffpost). WWAAAYYYY too many "sponsored" posts, disguised as stories. And NOBODY cares about the Kardashians!!!!!
Rob Beck commented
Today, Jun 3, 2020, the Yahoo news feed is filled with six-month-old headlines and stories. This is unnecessary and confusing. When my attention is drawn to my Yahoo news feed, there is an expectation of fresh, new insight and meaningful content. Please refrain from recycling old stories, acting as if they are current news. We all know that there is plenty to talk about these days without having to re-hash things that happened in January!
Richard McMillan commented
This change is a major pain for actual users. For example, you are reviewing news articles related to your portfolio at 12:15am. then every article from 15 minutes earlier to 24 hours and 14 minutes is stamped "yesterday". Put it back the way it was with day and time. On Monday morning I often look at articles from Friday afternoon to Monday morning. Time stamps as a Duration are a disaster.
victoria Williams commented
Totally agree. Yahoo does not give us 'news' it gives opinions about what they want us to think. Stop 'dumbing' us.
[Deleted User] commented
The news should be just that. It should be substantiated by at least 3 to 4 credible sources with factual info. You'v got Reuters, C-Span, NPR, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, the Washington Post and the New York Times. Give us solid news not Fox or ridiculous polls that are questionable or blatantly bias. NO KARDASHIAN!!! Stop it!!! Many people I speak with feel this way about Yahoo and are taking the time to look elsewhere. If this doesn't start to change I will be using gmail and closing my long standing yahoo account.
Anne Rettig commented
Blatantly false "news". Quit it!
Brian Bunt commented
Stop allowing your news stories to contain overt political messages. For instance, this is a story about bad behavior by an Uber rider, and NOTHING ELSE:
Why do you title it "Trump Supporter calls 911.on Uber Driver..." Intentionally associating associating Pres. Trump with him - when he played no role in this - is unprofessional and evidence of the political agenda of your writer or headline author. This is why we can't trust the media to be fair anymore! So stop it and just report the news!
D O commented
the Manafort guilty plea broke this MORNING & there's nothing on your front page. At ALL.