The public can finally get a look at Hillary Clinton’s record as first lady—all 11,046 pages of it. The National Archives will release all of Clinton's daily schedules, it announced yesterday, responding to a Freedom of Information Act request made almost a year ago. The documents detail Clinton’s comings and goings, including meetings, trips, speaking engagements, and social functions.
Until now, the Clintons have come under fire for releasing records at a sluggish pace. “What is Senator Clinton hiding?” an Obama staffer asked recently. “What is lurking in those documents that she believes voters don't have a right to know?” Five days are missing from records, and other parts are blacked out to protect personal information such as telephone numbers and addresses.