Searching RSS pages for topics
If you read RSS (news article) pages, you can create a bookmark that searches the articles for a particular topic.
To create a bookmark that searches for topics:
Go to the RSS view for the webpage you want to search. For example, go to www.nytimes.com and click the RSS icon at the right end of the address bar.
If there is more than one RSS view for a webpage, clicking the RSS icon produces a list of all available RSS pages. Choose the one you want.
In the Search Articles field, type the topic you want to search. For example, type “soccer” to search for articles about soccer.
Click the Add (+) button.
Type a name for the bookmark; for example, “Soccer News.”
Specify where you want to keep the bookmark. You can add it to the bookmarks bar, the Bookmarks menu, or to one of the collections of bookmarks such as Sports.
When you click the bookmark, an RSS page opens showing all articles that match your search.