Find what you want on Google News

You can see different kinds of news, magazine, and video stories on Google News. Some sections cover the same subjects for readers. Some pick stories based on your interests.

See full coverage

To see all available sources for a subject, tap or click Full coverage Full coverage. To find sources on “Full coverage” that you subscribe to, scroll down to “From your subscribed sources.”

A computer algorithm finds and lists stories. "Full coverage" shows perspectives and context. It has no personalization except your language, region, and a section for your subscriptions.

Search for specific content

  1. Open your Google News app Google News app.
  2. At the top left, tap Search Search.
  3. Enter your search, like a:
    • Topic to read about
    • Place to follow
    • Source to read from

See content based on your interests

To see stories picked by a computer algorithm based on your settings and past activity:

  1. Open your Google News app Google News app.
  2. See your briefing of top 5 stories.
  3. To see more stories, either:
    • Scroll down to “Stories for you.”
    • At the bottom, tap Favorites Favorites. Then tap an interest, like a topic, source, or location.

Note: Algorithms personalize for your Google News settings, like your interests and sources. They also personalize for your past activity on Google, like in Google Search and YouTube.

Learn how stories are selected or how to change settings and see past activity.

Read your saved stories or subscriptions

  1. Open your Google News app Google News app.
  2. At the bottom, tap Favorites Favorites.
  3. Scroll to the content you want. For example:
    • Topics
    • Sources
    • Locations
    • Saved searches
    • Saved stories
    • Magazines

Improve what stories show for you

You can have Google News show more of the kinds of stories you want and fewer of those you don’t. Learn how to personalize Google News.

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