The New York Times Article Search API lets you "search New York Times articles from 1981 to today, retrieving headlines, abstracts, lead paragraphs and links to associated multimedia. Along with standard keyword searching, the API also offers faceted searching. The available facets include Times-specific fields such as sections, taxonomic classifiers and controlled vocabulary terms."
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The New York Times Article Search Ruby SDK by Kazuhiro Yamada offers interaction with the functionalities of search, reference, and news service of the New York Times from 1851 to the present time. Includes installation, usage, and contribution steps. Additional API information is available at http://developer.nytimes.com/docs/read/article_search_api_v2%3E%60_
The New York Times Article Search Python SDK by Evan Sherlock offers pip installation and pypi dependencies to import and initialize with the Api Key. The Article Search API offers search and reference of the New York Times' articles from September 18, 1851 until today's date. API additional information available at http://developer.nytimes.com/docs/read/article_search_api_v2%3E%60_
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.