News aggregation is a messy business to be in.
Users like to keep abreast of news, provided it comes from their chosen bubble, though they’ll rarely pay for it. Indignant publishers simultaneously depend on and resent aggregation platforms. Advertisers would rather their brands were placed next to happy or positive stories, even though most stories are anything but. And governments always have a view about what kind of news is kosher and what is “fake news.”
It’s no wonder then that the largest of tech platforms the world over have deliberately stepped back from news aggregation.