A 22-month investigation by special adviser Robert Mueller was often a shocking story about what the Russians, co-workers from the Trump campaign and others made in the 2016 elections, in order to win their winning candidate.
Now that the investigation is over. And the public, the media and Congress are eagerly waiting to find out more, if anything, Mueller finds out and how much public prosecutor William Barr will publish.
Mueller's office was quietly known, instead of choosing to speak almost exclusively on court roles. The only public announcement, through a spokesman, was that Mueller would complete his job as a special adviser "in the coming days" and that the office would close.
But what Mueller disclosed to the court has already told the story of an ambitious and daring attempt by Russia to interfere in the 2016 presidential elections, the operators who, with this purpose – and thus clearly emphasized – helped and how many people around Donald Trump were lying when they faced difficult questions.
Read everything about what we know so far.