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More Hillary Clinton E-Mails Coming From State Department

  • Up to 1,050 pages will be released before election, State says
  • Republican criticizes FBI immunity deal with top Clinton aide
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looks at her mobile phone after attending a Russia-U.S. meeting on the sidelines of the 43rd annual Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting in Hanoi on July 23, 2010.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton looks at her mobile phone after attending a Russia-U.S. meeting on the sidelines of the 43rd annual Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) meeting in Hanoi on July 23, 2010.

Photographer: Na Son Nguyen/AFP/Getty Images
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The State Department will release hundreds of previously undisclosed documents from Hillary Clinton’s e-mail system before the presidential election under an order Friday by a federal judge, raising the likelihood of further disclosures on a subject that has dogged the Democrat’s candidacy.

U.S. District Judge James Boasberg ordered the department to produce as many as 1,050 pages of documents in three batches to Judicial Watch, the plaintiff in a number of disclosure lawsuits, before Nov. 8. The first documents are to be delivered to the conservative government-transparency group on Oct. 4.