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Fresh Clinton E-Mails Include 84 With Security-Rating Update

  • None of the 1,000-plus pages of documents termed `top secret'
  • Redacted exchanges on Sinai, John Kerry among latest tranche
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton participates in the PBS NewsHour debate in Milwaukee on Feb. 11, 2016.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton participates in the PBS NewsHour debate in Milwaukee on Feb. 11, 2016.

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The U.S. State Department released another 551 of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails from her time as President Barack Obama’s secretary of state, including about 15 percent that had been given updated security classifications after the fact.

More than 1,000 pages of documents sent from Clinton’s private e-mail account and released on Saturday included 81 messages upgraded to “confidential,” which is the lowest level of classification, and three to “secret,” said a State Department official.