Democratic Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's private email server apparently had even more sensitive information than reported when she was Secretary of State.
FOX's Rachel Sutherland reports from Washington:
Above top secret -- a classification of intelligence called "Special Access Programs" was found in several dozen of Clinton's emails, according to an intelligence community Inspector General report obtained by FOX News.
State Department John Kirby would only say:
(Kirby) "There are reviews and investigations going on about past email practices here at the Department and I am simply not at liberty to discuss the content."
A Clinton spokesperson says the intelligence community is working with Congressional Republicans to leak information to try to hurt her presidential campaign.
In Washington, Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.