The approximately 7,000 pages of Hillary Clinton emails released late Monday included messages ranging from U.S. efforts to stop Wikileaks disclosures to a Clinton request for help learning to use her new "hPad."
But it is what was not in the Clinton email dump that may be most important.
Approximately 150 of the emails released have information redacted because it has now been deemed to require classification, the State Department said Monday.
The information was not identified as classified when Clinton sent or received the emails.
State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner said this most recent release will meet a federal court requirement that 25 percent of Clinton's emails from her private server be released by the end of August.