- The F.B.I. disclosed that it had collected nearly 15,000 new emails in its investigation of Hillary Clinton.
- A federal judge ordered that the documents’ release be accelerated, and as a result they could come to light just weeks before the election.
No American election has ever featured two major-party nominees as old as Donald J. Trump and Mrs. Clinton, yet they are proving relatively secretive and selective in providing up-to-date medical records.
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