It is a XHTML website hosted on GoDaddy.I used HTML-Kit, a free HTML editor.
Marisa actually does just what your asking - just via wp plugins
Your easiest way will be to go to poogle news and pick out a relevant rss for yourself - then use an rss to html service
at google news - just use the search field then right click the rss icon you will then get something like this:
http://news.google.com/news?pz=1&cf … output=rss
then find a rss to html service - just google it - heres one example
sometimes, the sites have issues with google news rss formats - either look for a more traditional rss feed from a new source or see if running it through feedburner or yahoo pipes makes it work
there will be other ways to get this done (3rd party widgets/php scripts) - but rss to html is the most search engine friendly way I have discovered to date
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