One of the best features in the Apple News app is the ability to save stories for later. If you see an interesting or important article but do not have time to read it immediately, there is a good chance that you will never find it again if you do not save it. Since News appeared in iOS 9, accessing these bookmarked stories has been as easy as using the Saved tab, but that's no longer the case with iOS 12.
For some reason, Apple has cut Apple's menu bar news from five tabs to just three. For You has been converted to Today, the Spotlight tab is preserved, and the Following, Search, and Saved tabs have been merged into a crowded browse tab. The "Saved" tab actually had a dual purpose, as it not only presents your bookmarks, but also your reading history, making it more difficult now.
Now, on iOS 12, to see your saved messages or find something in your history, you need to open the Browse tab. Finally, after you scroll past the search bar, the pages and categories you follow, and Siri suggestions, you can tap "Stored Stories" or "History" to view your stored articles or read articles.
If you have your saved list or yours Check History will display the same tools as before. In the saved list, swipe right to a story to like / dislike or report it, swipe left over it to love / not love, share or save. In your timeline, swiping on a post is identical to that in stored stories, but swiping left allows you to share, save, or delete it. You can also "delete" your history as before.