As the Department of Justice continues to sort through the tens of thousands of emails Hillary Clinton sent through a private server while secretary of state, it has counted some 60 messages that include varying levels of classified information.
That figure is expected to grow as the investigation continues, and it excludes the two top-secret pieces of information identified by Intelligence Community Inspector General I. Charles McCullough III in Clinton's communications. The process of examining Clinton's emails is expected to conclude in January, just before the first 2016 primaries.
Clinton continues to deny any wrongdoing, stating in Iowa this weekend that she never exchanged any emails "marked classified" despite the Justice Department's tally. She has framed the investigation, which is being conducted by the FBI along with the DOJ, as a partisan attack on her campaign.