Just days before the 2016 election cycle really kicks into gear, the US government offered new details on the Clinton email fiasco. With the Iowa caucuses set to take place soon, the Obama administration confirmed for the first time that messages from Hillary Clinton's private server did in fact contain sensitive information. In fact, 22 of the emails have been censored as they included top secret details and state secrets. The Associated Press reports that seven email chains are being withheld from the next release from the State Department due to their sensitive nature. What's more, 37 pages include details on "special access programs" like confidential sources or government surveillance.