DALLAS — Yet again, the National Archives released a trove of records from the Kennedy assassination files on a Friday afternoon, another strange stream of loose ends, dead ends and tangents with little apparent connection to the assassination of the nation’s 35th president. Here and there, the odd curiosity did appear, offering insight into the effort to understand the circumstances of Kennedy’s murder but providing nothing to cast the official conclusions into doubt.
WASHINGTON -- The White House won't rule out the possibility that President Donald Trump might stump for Roy Moore, the Alabama Senate nominee accused of sexual contact with a 14-year-old. Trump says it's up to voters to judge Moore's fitness, even as other top Republicans scramble to push to keep him out of high office. But with a liberal Democrat facing sexual misconduct allegations, Trump showed no such hesitance.
This is a developing story and will be updated. WASHINGTON -- The National Archives released another 10,744 records on Friday from the Kennedy assassination files -- documents kept under seal for decades and due for release three weeks ago. All of the documents come from the FBI's files. The trove includes 144 that had never been released, and 2,408 that remain partly classified, with much of the material blacked out 54 years after President John Kennedy's murder in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963.
.@OKnox notes that @POTUS and Rex Tillerson have both asserted that North Korea has engaged in "assassinations" on foreign soil and asks for an example other than Kim Jong Un's uncle at Singapore airport. None that he can share at this time, Tillerson says.
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