Drudge Report

The infamous Drudge Report (www.drudgereport.com) is nothing more than a hand picked aggregate of links to news stories from trusted sources around the globe with rare exclusive news reports of questionable reliablity. However, this minimalist site, The Drudge Report, is gaining a growing following because they don't shy away from the important issues.

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Drudge Report Archives

Drudge Report is updated every couple of minutes, ensuring you get the most recent news available. Missed something because you do actually spend your time doing things other than reading the news? No problem, visit the Drudge Report Archives (www.drudgereportarchives.com) for links to every headline they've run since November 18, 2001. It is noteworthy to mention that fact that Drudge Report Archives are not owned, operated or maintained by Matt Drudge, the owner of Drudge Report. The archives are a separte entity but of good quality and usefullness.

Matt Drudge
Matt Drudge

Drudge Mobile

On the go? Get the mobile version of the Drudge Report at idrudgereport.com. Including all the links and images of the original site but optimized for the smaller screen, there is no reason to suffer with the original site on your mobile device.

There are also a few enterprising individuals who have created free and low cost iPhone apps for Drudge but none of these seem to be issued by the owner of the Drudge Report, Matt Drudge. Use them at your own risk.

If you are a fan of RSS feeds, prepare to be a bit disappointed. The Drudge Report does not offer an RSS feed. Drudge Report Archives do offer two RSS feeds, Recent Headlines which is only updated at midnight and Popular Headlines which is updated every three hours.

Drudge Report in Detail

One quick glance at the Drudge Report and the current headlines are obvious, but Drudge has more to offer than just the headlines. Scroll down past the headlines for a wealth of additional features.

Share and share alike. Matt Drudge does not try to hog the glory nor claim that his headlines are the only important headlines. There are permanent links to all of the major news sources Drudge culls for their headline links. Click on any one to go to their site and see what else they are reporting on.

Need more information? Use the search features in the left column of the Drudge Report to find additional articles on any topic from AP or Reuters. In the right column search Google News and Drudge. The right column also features a link to the Drudge Archives under "Recent Drudge Headlines" or "Drudge Archives"

If you've seen a news report, maybe from your small local press, that you feel is Drudge worthy and think Matt Drudge may have just missed it. Use the Submit a Tip box to let him know. Yes he does actually look at the tips submitted here. I've done it and seen my tip appear on the site in less than 30 minutes.

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Drudge Retort

Don't be fooled. Don't be confused. Simply type drudge.com into your web browser instead of drudgereport.com and you'll land on an almost identical looking site that could not be more different from the Drudge Report. The Drudge Retort is part parody and part left leaning liberal response to the more conservative news reported on the real Drudge Report. Another difference between the two sites is that Drudge Retort allows and encourages readers to post their own comments to the headlines.

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tony0724 6 years ago from san diego calif

The Drudge Report is part of my daily routine and one of my best sources for news. Liberals will claim he is biased. I say then why does he have " The Huffington Post" also featured ?


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Hello, hello, 6 years ago from London, UK

Thank you for an interesting tip and it is something worthwhile to be looked at.


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eovery 6 years ago from MIddle of the Boondocks of Iowa

I may have to start looking at it.

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