The New York Times Geographic API lets developers to get access to locations of the people, places, organizations, and descriptors that make up the controlled vocabulary found in the New York Times's metadata. The API has 5 key concepts: latitude and longitude values, query terms, ranges, bounding box, and nearby. The API is accessibly with an API key.
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