Searching by keywords

While searching for news articles on Google, you can use search operators to help refine your results. Just type the operator and a colon, followed by a keyword, to find articles with a specific headline, body text, or URL. You can search:

  • By keywords in the headline.You can use the "allintitle" operator to search for an article specific keywords in the headline. For example, you'd type [ allintitle:elections ] to receive articles with the keyword "elections" in the headline.
  • By keywords in the body text. You can use the "allinbody" operator to search only for keywords in the body of an article. For example, if you want to find all articles with the word "schools" in the body text, you'd type [ allinbody:schools ].
  • By keywords in the URL. You can use the "allinurl" operator 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 ].

To refine your search even further, you may want to use some of Google's advanced search features.

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