This May, the U.S. State Department released 296 of the 30,000 government emails previously stored on Hillary Clinton’s private server.
Or rather, they tried to.
State directed reporters to download the emails from the department’s “virtual reading room” (one of many government silos of FOIA data that really should be cataloged on data.gov). But given the world’s intense interest in former Secretary Clinton’s communications, the site slowed to a crawl. Read more »