However, I can't find any such option, either from the list of articles (like "Hot News" on the home pane), or on the article itself. See attached screen shots for what my three-dot menus look like.
Where is the "not interested" option I should use?
A little feedback on the article snippets (see attached pics): Given the limited real estate, I would jettison the "originally published on" and "appeared first on" things, if you can. (You can see that on the full article if you click through.)
If you have to do these, I certainly wouldn't include them twice ("French Islands" example). And the second example would read better if you offset the title somehow (underline, italics, quotes, etc.) to make clear it's a title. "The post Google converts a coal plant" tripped me up on first read.
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