State Department reviews 15,000 previously undisclosed Clinton emails


A Federal District Court judge ordered the State Department to expedite its review of nearly 15,000 new emails uncovered by the F.B.I.’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s personal email account. While most of the original 55,000 pages of work-related emails have already been released, the several thousand new emails come from the accounts of people Clinton was in communication with during her time at the State Department and from the F.B.I.’s examination of her old server.

Brian Fallon, the Clinton campaign’s spokesperson said that Clinton had provided all the work emails “in her possession” when the State Department asked in 2014.

James B. Comey, the F.B.I. director said he didn’t believe the emails had been “intentionally deleted,” but previously characterized Clinton’s handling of the material as “extremely careless.”