The State Department is releasing fewer than expected numbers of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s emails.
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It says the process is slower because of intense scrutiny by U.S. intelligence agencies to ensure that emails from her private server don’t contain any sensitive or classified government secrets.

In emails the State Department released Friday, the government censored passages to protect national security secrets at least 64 times. Clinton has said she never sent classified information from her private email server, which The Associated Press was first to identify in her home in New York.