If you are interested in a single topic, or if you want to hear what's happening with topics on a particular watchlist, you can easily ask Google Home and CityFALCON to deliver that information to you.
Asking for Topics
To ask for a particular topic, just say What are the top stories for Google or Top stories for Google, and we will serve you what's happening with Google. If you want stories on a stock, you can use the ticker, too, to ensure you are receiving information directly about the stock and not a device made by the company. For example, you might ask your Google Home What are the most popular stories for G-O-O-G.
Keep in mind that Google needs to process your voice, so sometimes it can get a little confused, especially with things like spelling out double vowels (O-O). Of course, you can also use filters so you aren't getting old news.
Asking for Watchlists
If you want to hear stories from a particular watchlist, make sure to say your watchlist name, for example: what are the top stories for My Stocks. You should say the name of the watchlist to ensure you're getting the right news.
This brings up an important point: try to use watchlist names that are unique. If you have a watchlist called "Oil", it can easily become confusing on voice. Google doesn't know if it should ask us about the commodity oil or your watchlist Oil, and we won't be able to send you the right data. Visually, it is clear on the desktop or mobile platform because we have two different places and designs to differentiate them, but it isn't clear by voice command.