Search for channels, topics or stories in News on Mac
Apple News makes it easy to find the channels, topics and stories that interest you.
Note: Apple News isn’t available in all countries or regions. See the Apple Support article Availability of Apple Media Services.
In the News app on your Mac, type what you’re looking for in the search field at the top of the sidebar (if the sidebar isn’t shown, click in the toolbar).
You can enter the name of a channel, a topic (such as fashion or politics) or an event (such as a meteor shower). Stories, channels and topics that match your search term are listed; you may need to scroll down to show all the search results.
Do any of the following in the search results:
Read a story: Click a story.
See a channel or topic: Click a channel or topic to show the stories in its feed.
Follow a channel or topic: Click its Add button . The button changes to a tick to indicate you now follow the channel or topic.
Unfollow a channel or topic: Click its Tick button . The button changes to a plus to indicate you don’t follow the channel or topic.
See additional actions you can take: Control-click a search result, then choose an action from the shortcut menu, such as Copy Link or Block Channel.
To clear the search results, click the Clear button in the search field.
Use your recent searches
When you click an item in the search results, News adds your search term or the item to the Recent Searches list so you can use it again.
See your recent searches: Click the search field at the top of the sidebar.
See the latest results of a search: Click a search in the list.
Clear your recent searches: Click Clear at the top of the list.