Google News section feeds: You can get a feed for any Google News section. For instance, if you select a feed link while you're on the Business page, you'll get a feed of business news.
Google News search results feeds: You can also get a feed for any search you do on Google News. First do any search on Google News, then simply use the RSS link on the left-hand side of your search results page to generate the feed.
Customized news feeds: You can create a feed of a customized news page (note: for now, this applies only to English language sections), simply by creating a customized news page, and then using the RSS link on the left-hand side of the page to generate the feed.
A feed is a regularly updated summary of web content, along with links to full versions of that content. When you subscribe to a given website's feed by using a feed reader, you'll receive a summary of new content from that website. Important: you must use a feed reader in order to subscribe to website feeds. When you click on an RSS feed link, your browser may display a page of unformatted gobbledygook.
What is RSS? RSS is a feed format. Right now, Google News supports RSS 2.0.
How do I use Google News feeds? To access Google News feeds, look for the RSS link on any Google News page. This link will generate a feed of current stories related to the page that you're looking at.