Search worldwide news programmatically. Retrieve articles and breaking news headlines from news sources and blogs across the web with our JSON API. Search by topic, keyword, headline, and by site. Even lets you dig through news morgues for older articles.
Developers with free accounts get 100 searches per day, with results delayed one hour from publication.
We are one of the most extensive archives of Usenet newsgroups on the Internet, currently archiving 317 million posts in 10 thousand unique Usenet newsgroups. The free of charge access is possible via the web interface, without a requirement for a third party Newsreader.
To access a specific newsgroup, select a topic of your interest through the 'Categories' menu and then navigate to the discussion threads and posts.
While archiving millions of Usenet discussion, currently, only the newsgroups with at least 100 posts and the discussion threads with 1 or more replies, are publicly accessible.
Useful projects and resources for COVID-19 (2019 novel Coronavirus).
He reads Hacker News so you don't have to.
A web-based news aggregator and reader. Seems to be written in Python. Not sure if it's a feed reader or a search engine or what. Has a REST API.
We capture snapshots of RSS feeds as their contents are updated. These snapshots can be accessed by browsing through the list of snapshots for each RSS and the articles listed in each snapshot.
A private, non-federated NNTP server that hosts newsgroups. Apply for an account, configure a news client, enjoy.
A new site, blog, and wiki for all things Raspberry Pi.
CNN, only, as light as possible.
Talk radio for weirdos. Downloadable archives in addition to live streams.
An open source replacement for the Google News service. REST API using JSON documents. Uses breaking news Twitter feeds as input, but other sources can be added as well. Designed so that you can build your own clients if you want, but has a matching LibreNews application if you want it. Uses MongoDB as its back-end.
Where the candidates stand on the matters that matter.
A web portal linking to dozens of sources of freely available OSINT for anyone to make use of. Put the pieces together yourself, if you've a mind to.
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