State Department officials are set to publish a new batch of Hillary Clinton's emails thanks to a court order that mandates the release of her records at the end of every month until next year.

The email release will come a little more than a week after Clinton appeared before the committee responsible for uncovering her private email use and testified about her handling of the 2012 terror attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi.

The House Select Committee on Benghazi hearing was widely perceived as a victory for her campaign, one that allowed her to put many concerns about her email use to bed.

But the release of thousands of additional pages of emails she kept on a private server in her basement will likely revive questions about why she went to such great lengths to conceal her records when she served as secretary of state.

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