RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a technology that allows organizations to deliver news to a desktop computer or other Internet device. By subscribing to RSS feeds, users can easily stay up-to-date with areas of the Library’s site that are of interest. The Law Library of Congress now offers RSS feeds for use in an RSS reader or RSS-enabled Web browser. Library feeds consist of headline, brief summary, and a link that leads back to the Library’s Web site for more information. Available feeds cover: THOMAS: Daily Digest, Law Library News and Events, Law Library Webcasts, Current Legal Topics, and the Global Legal Monitor.
THOMAS Launches RSS Feed and Email Subscriptions
The Library of Congress THOMAS database was launched to make federal legislative information freely available to the public. Since its launch in 1995, THOMAS has grown exponentially. It now offers RSS feed and email subscriptions.
Click here to view the list of available subscriptions, and to read more about RSS Feed as well as email subscription.