iReader is a Mac OS X utility to display news, both online and stored for offline reading if you so wish. iReader installs quickly and there are several keyboard customizations available if you want to make your reading controls a little different than the default.
When launched, iReader opens a dialog with three sections, which can be resized or hidden if you wish to have more screen real estate for other panes. The left side is your list of subscriptions, and clicking on one opens the feed headlines in the middle pane. The larger right pane shows the actual content of each headline when you click on them. Managing your subscriptions is quite easy. You can use iReader to sync with iCloud if you wish, and it can also synchronize with Google Reader. You can also post to other sites from iReader if you so wish.
In use, iReader worked well for us. Instead of having to read through all headlines on a site, we were able to look quickly at the headlines (and first line or two) of articles, which let us be more selective about what we read and save a ton of browsing time. If you're a news junkie, check out iReader. Some people will prefer competing apps, but we liked iReader.