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RSS Feeds
Stay up-to-date on new consumer issues from Uncle Sam.
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What is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a free service offered by FCIC to make it easier for you to keep up with consumer news and information that is important to you.

Why use RSS? How do I get started?

RSS is faster and more direct than the conventional methods of browsing or searching for information on a website.Check out our feeds below and once you've decided which one(s) are right for you, just copy and paste the URL/link into your RSS reader one at a time. And if you're new to RSS, read our easy instructions on how to subscribe to RSS.

RSS Feeds We update the FCIC websites, , and constantly. Sign up to stay on top of late-breaking consumer news from:
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Subscribe to FCIC's Consumer News RSS feed  
Need ideas for better parenting, toy recalls, product safety issues? Sign Up
Subscribe to FCIC's Consumer Health News RSS feed 
Includes tips on food safety and recall alerts, asthma, autism, exercise and diet. Sign Up
Subscribe to FCIC's Consumer  Money News RSS feed 
Stretch your dollar when you save and invest. Recent fraud and scam alerts—fact or fiction? Can you tell the difference? Sign Up

Subscribe to the Updates: News and Features RSS feed 
Keep current with federal news and information that might affect teachers, students and their families. Sign Up
Subscribe to the Popular Government Questions from RSS feed  
Answers to popular, useful questions people ask about the U.S. government and ways it works for you are all on our frequently asked questions database. Sign Up

To use RSS, you need a special news reader that displays RSS content feeds from websites you select. Most are available as free desktop software to download and install on your computer. Follow our easy instructions: Download an RSS Reader.

  1. First, check the reader tutorial for its particular usage instructions.
  2. Copy the URL/links above that interest you.
  3. Paste the URLs into your reader.
  4. Click “Sign Up” for our RSS feed service
  5. One to three times a week we’ll send new content to your RSS reader.
  6. The reader will show items as unread as most email programs do.
  7. To stay current with consumer news, open your reader and click on items of interest.

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