After a federal judge ruled that Hillary Clinton's emails sent from a private account must be released on a rolling basis, the State Department is expected to release the first batch, which focuses on Libya, soon.
The New York Times reports that the first set of emails, taken from 55,000 pages of material, have been given to the House committee investigating the 2012 attacks on U.S. stations in Benghazi. The emails, sent when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, "capture the correspondence and concerns" between Clinton and her advisers after the Benghazi attacks, which killed four Americans.
For her part, Clinton has said she wants her emails to be made public. The Times reports that while Clinton's claims that she did not receive classified information at her personal address appear to be true, she did receive "sensitive" information, including the locations of State Department officials in Libya, at the personal account.