WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge has ordered Hillary Clinton's remaining emails from her time as secretary of state to be released by the end of the month, just before the presidential primary day known as Super Tuesday.
The State Department will publish some 550 pages Saturday.
The next installment is set for Feb. 19, a day before Nevada's Democratic caucus. Another comes Feb. 26, a day before South Carolina's primary.
The last of Clinton's 55,000 pages of emails are expected to be made public on Feb. 29. Eleven states will hold a Democratic primary or a caucus on March 1.
Clinton is battling Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination.