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Trump says he'll allow release of JFK assassination files, with caveat
President Trump said he will allow the release of long-classified CIA and FBI documents about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy subject to "further information." A White House official said later that the release of the files could be held up if national security or law enforcement
Steve Bannon attacks former President George W. Bush
ABC News' political contributor Kristen Soltis-Anderson looks at whether that fight could be a political problem for President Trump.
Defense Secretary Mattis briefs members of Congress on deadly Niger mission
The secretary met with personally with Sen. John McCain discuss the mission in Niger that left four American service members dead.
Questions linger about why Trump hasn't addressed US soldier ambush in Niger
The Pentagon has launched a full investigation with FBI agents on the ground in Africa to retrieve details about what happened to the four fallen soldiers.
Manhunt on in Tampa after 3 slayings in 11 days
A 20-year-old man with autism has become the third person slain since Oct. 9 in one neighborhood.
Rep. Wilson alleges White House chief of staff used 'racist term' in criticism
Representative Frederica Wilson alleged that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly employed "a racist term" in his criticism of her actions after she assailed President Donald Trump over his call to the widow of a U.S. soldier killed in Niger . Kelly, who addressed reporters at the White House
WH defends chief of staff: It's 'inappropriate' to debate a 'four-star general'
John Kelly's recounting a speech given by Rep. Frederica Wilson was questioned.
White House press secretary says it's 'highly inappropriate' to debate 4-star general
ABC News' powerhouse political team breaks down the latest news out of today's White House press briefing.
Police find arsenal of weapons in Florida man's home
Suspect Randall Drake, 24, had explosive devices, ammunition, rifles, handguns, shotguns and knives in his home alongside maps of two schools and a water treatment plant, according to authorities.
'We don't leave anyone behind': Search for missing soldier never stopped after deadly Niger ambush
U.S. Africa Command has launched a formal investigation into the circumstances surrounding an ambush in Niger that killed four U.S. soldiers and wounded two others. The investigation comes as the Pentagon said Thursday that the fourth soldier, Sgt. La David Johnson, was "separated" from his fellow