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State Department Seeks Delay of Clinton Email Release

The U.S. State Department has asked a federal court to grant it a one-month extension to complete its final release of all of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s work-related emails. Spokesman Mark Toner said Friday that the department would not be able to meet its January 29 deadline. About 9,400 of 55,000 pages are left and they contain "a large amount of material that required interagency review,'' he said. The department will make public as many as possible...

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