From the BBC:
The FBI has unexpectedly released 129 pages of documents related to a 2001 investigation into then-President Bill Clinton's controversial pardon of Democratic donor and financier Marc Rich.
The release reportedly comes in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) submitted to the FBI, NBC News reports. The investigation was closed in 2005.
Hillary Clinton's campaign questioned the timing of the release.
The dump comes after FBI Director James Comey was accused of attempting to influence the election with his announcement that the bureau found more emails that could be connected to its investigation into Clinton's private server.
The FBI did not respond to the BBC's request for a comment on the latest dump.