It was caught off in a thread in Google News forum in late May, but now it seems Google will soon roll out sharing options on its Google News pages.
For now, this is just an experimental feature which Google is testing with a limited set of users randomly. The new Google Home page design has been revamped with a new layout. The current two column, grid style layout has been replaced with a wider main column and a smaller sidebar. If you are not a part of this experimental layout here is how the Google News homepage would look like to you:
And if you are a part of the new experimental layout at news.google.com, here is how it would look like:
While most of the other options with news remaining same like the “star” option to favorite your news, most interesting feature is the introduction of a new drop-down menu with sharing options for social networks, RSS readers and Email like: Google Reader, Twitter, Email, Facebook and Google Buzz.
The new “News for You” section that you can see in the screenshot above offer several customizations like you can view news in sections which groups the news based on categories or in raw list format. Also snippets and clusters are shown by default only with the first three top stories, but as you point your cursor to other stories down the page you can have them as well.