WASHINGTON (KTRK) --The State Department may release some of Hillary Clinton's emails this weekend.
Officials offered to release the emails after a federal judge criticized them Tuesday for delaying the release.
The emails are from the private server Clinton used when she was secretary of state.
Critics claim the private server put national secrets at risk.
The State Department was supposed to release all of the emails last month but it asked for an extension.
Under the new plan, it would release 550 emails on Saturday out of the approximately 3,700 that remain.
The State Department has so far released about 85 percent of Clinton's emails, but the final batch is expected to contain the most sensitive information.