The nationwide newspaper USA Today provides access to its news articles going back to 2004. Search based on keyword, reporter, date and a few other factors. Results are sent as XML or JSON and require an API key.
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The USA Today YQL library by USA Today uses Yahoo Query Language to access the Articles API. With this resource, developers can access data from top news, search query, reporter, sections, and time range. In detail, Articles API can retrieve editorial content, use tag search, and call feeds for one of the USA Today communities. For more information, contact author Sebastian Spier firstname.lastname@example.org
The USA Today Ruby library can access the Census API data with an API key. Features of this API include ethnicity, housing, population, and race from the 2000 and 2010 US census. USA Today API displays results of news articles since 2004 in XML and JSON formats. This wrapper can be found on the official USA Today site, and it was authored by author Derek Willis on GitHub.