That return only articles from a specific news source.
That return only articles from sources in a particular state, region or country.
That return articles with the keyword located in the headline, the body or the URL of the article
That return articles that were added to Google News within a specified date range
You can also use our special operators, which will save you time by refining your results. Just type the operator and a colon followed by a keyword to find articles with a specific headline, body text, or URL. Here are some of our special operators:
Allintitle: you can use this operator to search for an article with a specific headline. For example, you'd type [ allintitle:lemur ] to receive articles with the keyword "lemur" in the headline.
Allinbody: this operator can be used to search only for keywords in the body of an article. For example, if you want to find all articles with the word "gold" in the body text, you'd type [ allinbody:gold ].
Allinurl: this operator can be used to search for keywords in the URL of an article. For example, if you wanted to find all articles with "politics" in the URL, you'd type [ allinurl:politics ].
[+] operator: by default, if you search on Google News with words that correspond to a news source [ new york times politics ], we'll automatically limit your results to that source. You can use the [+] operator to ignore this functionality. For example, the query [ +new york times politics ] would yield results from all sources.