The State Department has proposed a mid-January deadline to finish its review and release of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's work emails. Linda So reports.
January of 2016. That's when the State Department says it plans to release former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's work emails that were sent through a private server. The department is reviewing 55,000 pages that Clinton has since turned over to the department. Her use of a private server for government business when she was secretary of state has prompted concerns about transparency. Clinton has said she used her personal email account for convenience because she did not want to carry two email devices. Clinton is the front runner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination with primaries starting as early as February. She's expected to testify soon before a House panel investigating the deadly 2012 Benghazi attacks and to answer questions about her email practices.