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The National Archives has released a batch of government files on the Nov. 22, 1963, assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas. Jim Altgens/AP hide caption

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Politics

Final JFK Assassination Files Due To Be Released

The vast majority of what's being held secret is at the request of the FBI and CIA. The White House is establishing a six-month review process for those remaining records.

The National Archives has released a batch of government files on the Nov. 22, 1963, assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas. Jim Altgens/AP hide caption

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2,800 JFK Assassination Files Have Been Released, Others Withheld

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A detail from the cover of Ken Greenhall's Childgrave, painted by Lisa Falkenstern. Lisa Falkenstern/Quirk Books hide caption

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These 'Paperbacks From Hell' Reflect The Real-Life Angst Of The 1970s

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Celebrity chef John Besh stepped down from his position at the Besh Restaurant Group after an investigation by The Times-Picayune and NOLA.com found that 25 women — all current and former employees — said they were sexually harassed while working for the company. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for NYCWFF hide caption

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Celebrity Chef John Besh Leaves Company After 25 Allegations Of Harassment

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In 'The Square,' A Scandinavian Satire Of A Modern Art Museum

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