WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Archives has until Thursday to disclose all remaining files related to President John F. Kennedy's assassination, and President Donald Trump says he doesn't plan to block their release. Congress mandated in 1992 that all assassination documents be released within 25 years. But the president can refuse on grounds that making them public would harm intelligence, military operations, law enforcement or foreign relations.
BOSTON (AP) - The family of a Massachusetts man who was allegedly shot and killed in 1994 by a mob associate who mistook him for another claims the FBI's negligence led to the victim's death. The wrongful death lawsuit filed Friday against the U.S. government alleges 20-year-old Michael Romano Jr. was killed in 1994 by a man directed by reputed Mafia leader and FBI informant Mark Rossetti and a former mob boss. The suit says FBI agents failed to monitor Rossetti. A message was left Saturday for the agency.
BOSTON (AP) - A Boston man arrested near the set of the film "Equalizer 2" starring Denzel Washington is being held in jail on robbery and carjacking charges. He is accused of taking a woman's purse Thursday a few blocks from the set. He allegedly then ran to the set, where he faced several Boston police officers patrolling the area. Lee's lawyer declined to comment Saturday.
BOSTON (AP) - Procedural issues and disagreements appear to have stalled at least temporarily a proposed ban in Massachusetts on "bump stocks," devices intended to increase the rate at which a firearm discharges. State lawmakers seemed poised to quickly approve a first-in-the-nation ban in the days following the mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival. But language differs in the House and Senate versions of the ban, which is attached to an $85 million appropriations bill.
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