up to date stories, less fluff, more accuracy, more relevance, please
I just read yet another 3 day old story on my front page. There are a lot of horribly written and inaccurate headlines from yahoo, side bar stories that never change for weeks at a time and still too much news about women whose only talent is taking off their clothes or indecently dressing in public...Very few articles from AP anymore but many more from new sources that are simply full of nonsense and outright fabrication...And please, the subject matter of what your site deems important is becoming ludicrous. My suggestion is an editorial review board made up of a wider variety of ages and backgrounds to at least review your site on a weekly basis to see what type of product you are putting up. Because right now your product is very poor. Sorry, but there it is.
Richard Bard commented
Agreed, please move the NEWS to the stop and the entertainment fluff stuff lower, those who want that stuff will scroll for it, and those that come here for the NEWS will actually have a better shot at seeing a few real articles
Steven Tibbetts commented
When a major news topic is being followed by millions of readers, and the topic passes a threshold (like a looming government shutdown becoming a real government shutdown), what good is it posting old articles to my feed about what "might" happen on Friday when Friday has come and gone? Ex: who cares about last Thursday's House debate that could "potentially" lead to a standoff with Trump? Anything published before the actual shutdown on Friday is now old news, based on pundits and speculation. Please show articles about the real shutdown that's affecting so many families right now, and stop clogging my feed with irrelevant stories.
Daniel Stark commented
I cant tell your political bent, haha, lol, jk. Half the country voted for him, and you purposely twist his words. It is horrible some of the salacious stories I see, and when I watch a lot of coverage and am into poli sci, I see how badly it is twisted.
Robert Powers commented
stop reporting the news