About 150 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private computer server turned over to the State Department were deemed classified, the department said Monday. The information contained in the emails is considered “confidential,” not “top secret.” The 7,000 pages of emails released to the public late Monday included correspondence ranging from Clinton inquiring about her own voting record as a New York senator to top aide Huma Abedin noting that the State Department IT seemed to be unaware of her personal email address. “They had no idea it was YOU, just some random address so they emailed,” Abedin wrote Clinton. In a Jan. 3, 2010, email to department staffer Monica Hanley, Clinton asked what time Parks and Recreation and The Good Wife aired. The department has now released about 25 percent of the Clinton emails in its possession, with the aim to put out all by the end of January 2016.