Archivists have put out thousands of pages of schedules showing Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's day-to-day activities as a first lady.
The National Archives in Washington and Bill Clinton's presidential library in Arkansas jointly released the papers Wednesday after months of pressure from critics who say the Clintons were delaying the disclosure.
In all, 11,046 pages have been made available. Nearly 4,800 pages have parts blacked out. The archives says that's to protect the privacy of third parties. Schedules for about a month of activities are not included in this release.