The emails are still coming.
The emails were turned over by the FBI, which collected them during its investigation into the possible mishandling of classified information by Clinton and her aides. Many of those released include near duplicates to those already released.
The releases of emails Clinton sent or received as secretary of state continues in response to lawsuits filed against the State Department.
None of Clinton’s emails was marked as classified during her tenure, State Department officials say, but intelligence officials say some material was clearly classified at the time. Her aides also sent and received classified information.
That means the classified number remains what it was in February, when the department released what it considered the final batch of emails: At least 2,079 emails that Clinton sent or received contained classified material.
No charges were filed. President-elect Donald Trump said he would not seek to further investigate Clinton’s email use.
Periodic releases of emails and other documents are expected to continue through 2018. Conservative groups and news organizations had filed numerous lawsuits seeking the emails of Clinton and her top aides while she was the nation’s top diplomat after their public records requests went unanswered.