With the New York Times Congress API, you can get summaries of roll-call votes in the U.S. Congress; get lists of members of Congress; and get vote data, biographical information and role data for individual House and Senate members. For an overview and background.
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This Node.js wrapper published by Grant Timmerman creates an interface with the New York Times API from a Node.js application. This allows API consumers to expose the full contents of the New York Times API, including articles, best seller lists, finance information, event listings, community information, real estate listings, movie reviews, and more.