News API is a simple, easy-to-use service that returns search results for current and historic news articles published by over 80,000 worldwide sources. News API is used by more than 500,000 developers and users all over the world!
News API Nodes are free and let you do powerful search and filter operations on the impressive news archive of News API from within the KNIME Analytics Platform. Developed and maintained by NodePit, News API Nodes allow you to search through millions of articles from over 80,000 large and small news sources and blogs by keywords and phrases, dates and timeframes, publishers and languages.
While the News API Nodes are free and easy to use without an account within the KNIME Analytics Platform, News API requires a developer or production plan. Get your plan and API key to get started with just a few clicks here.
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News API is a simple HTTP REST API for searching and retrieving live articles from all over the web. It can help you answer questions like:
You can search for articles with any combination of the following criteria:
You can sort the results in the following orders:
You need an API key to use the API - this is a unique key that identifies your requests. They're free while you're in development.
Nodes for different authorization methods
Search every article published by over 80,000 different sources large and small in the last 4 years. This endpoint is ideal for news analysis and article discovery.
Returns breaking news articles for countries, categories, and singular publishers. This is perfect for use with news tickers or anywhere you want to use live up-to-date news headlines.
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