The documents made public late Thursday capture the frantic days after President Kennedy's assassination in 1963. Meanwhile, the FBI and CIA get some records blocked.
The National Archives has until Thursday to disclose the trove of remaining files related to John Kennedy's 1963 assassination.
On Tuesday, the National Archives made public more than 150 hours of tape and tens of thousands of pages of previously unreleased documents from the Nixon administration. Some of the gems include new details into Watergate and Vietnam as well as three newly declassified pages on Israel's secret plans to build a nuclear weapon.
Amid the Web site's trashy home videos and other uneven chronicles of pop culture is a memorable new look at America's past that whets the appetite for more free fun. The National Archives, in celebration of its 75th anniversary, has posted 17 videos to YouTube.