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State Department review scrubs sensitive information from latest Clinton email release

WASHINGTON Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sent and received emails through her private server containing sensitive U.S. and foreign government information on a range of issues from an American detained in Myanmar and Iran's nuclear program to the Afghanistan war that State Department reviewers have now classified. The correspondence, which dates to Clinton's first months in office in 2009, raises fresh questions about her handling of sensitive national security material as she seeks the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, providing new political ammunition for the Republican hopefuls she leads in the polls. The State Department released the emails after they were...