EDIT: So originally I posted the below, but I've found other issues and I have some more information. I noticed today that sometimes the links are wrong as well but correct when I view the feed. I looked at the XML being sent by the feed we're bringing in and for one thing, the extra timestamp is being sent in a tag called <updated>. I'm not sure why it's being appended to the body text though. Similarly, other tags are being interpreted/appended in such a way as to mess up some other things.
So my new question is: is there any way to have more control over how feed aggregator is arranging this incoming stuff? I want to get rid of that stuff from <updated> and a couple of other tags and tell it to link the header with the appropriate link (right now it doesn't always do that).
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In Drupal 7 I've got a view to show some news items that another developer set up through aggregator. The fields are Link, Title, Timestamp, and Body (although Link is hidden; long story that doesn't seem to affect this). Everything looks good except there's an extra timestamp at the end of the body text. Here's an example:
Orange County (CA) Register SEILER: Legislature could ignite rush to smuggle cigarettes
Wednesday, August 19, 2015 - 11:19
But higher taxes here would push us in the direction of New York City, meaning more smuggling, more crime and less policing... California already has the nation’s second-lowest rate of tobacco use, after Utah. It should leave higher taxes and other nann 2015-08-19T15:19:16+0000
The '2015-08-19T15:19:16+0000' is what I want to get rid of. I have looked all around but I'm not able to figure out what's causing this. I thought maybe it had something to do with the feed we're using but I looked at the link (http://www.tobacco.org/tagged/new-york.atom) and it doesn't seem to include this.
I'm fairly new to Drupal but I did try to figure this out on my own and I'm at a loss. After extensive Googling I can't even find another example of this happening so I know I'm missing something. Any help is greatly appreciated; thanks.