Yesterday the State Department released some 7,000 pages of Hillary Clinton's emails from her time as secretary of state. This batch is the latest in a series of monthly, court-ordered releases that started in May. An early scan reveals little new information, but we’ve pulled out some of the gems. Full story:
  1. Delegating: reports, TV show times, tea cups
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    Apparently Clinton is a fan of Parks & Rec and The Good Wife
  2. "hPad"
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    Clinton was an early adopter — the first iPad was released in April 2010
  3. "Mom, Dad, don't forward my emails. Love, Chelsea”
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    Email from Chelsea to mom and dad after apparent trip to Haiti on how "we" can drive improvements.
  4. Redacted meeting with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg
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    Clinton's Call Sheet for NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, entirely redacted.
  5. Calling out "Ogrish Males”
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    "But fyi I'm pretty sure I saw [REDACTED] roll their eyes at the very moment that you were obviously referring to them."
  6. Clinton suggests a partnership with the Clinton Foundation
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  7. A staffer apparently thought she had a State Department email address
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  8. "So glad you were born," from former aide Cheryl Mills
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    "Kiss your mom for me - she did us right bringing you into the world."
  9. Anne-Marie Slaughter, who went on to write about work-life balance, urged Clinton's aide Huma Abedin to take a day off
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    "The pace is absolutely killing and you deserve it."
  10. Requesting a status update on ... gefilte fish
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    "Where are we on this?"