Special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly not recommending any more indictments after submitting the final Russia report
The Mueller team has indicted dozens of people as part of its probe, including Russian hackers and members of President Donald Trump's campaign.
Robert Mueller has turned in his full report on the Russia investigation to the attorney general
This has been a highly anticipated moment, but it's uncertain what the report contains or what will be disclosed publicly.
Here's a glimpse at Trump's decades-long history of business ties to Russia
President Donald Trump has a long, complex history of attempting to break into the real estate world in Russia.
Mueller has submitted his report to the attorney general. Here's what happens next.
There are multiple scenarios that could play out going forward.
Just a week ago Trump tweeted that 'there should be no Mueller report' after the House passed a resolution calling for the report to be public
While he has frequently decried Mueller's appointment, the tweet marked the first time Trump called for his findings to be kept from the public.