Google News lets you read all the news from various sources on the web or just the news subjects that interest you.
The Front Page
You can also go directly to a full page of one of these sections by clicking on the category link on the left side of the page or clicking on the category heading above the page. This would be the Internet equivalent of going straight to the sports page or the entertainment section.
Just as a newspaper offers part of a news article on the front page and then directs you to an interior page, Google News items only provide the first paragraph or so of a news item. To read more, you must click on the headline, which will direct you to the story's source. Some news items also have a thumbnail image.
In the summer of 2007, Google began hosting Associated Press items on Google's servers. This will likely irritate the smaller news sites that would previously have benefited from traffic. However, it doesn't change how Google News works for users.
Clustered articles are listed as a series of links by article title. Instead of a summary, just the news source is listed. Clustered articles are chosen by computer algorithm based on many factors, including the keywords and the date of publication.