After nearly two years of investigation, a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report has been released to the public .
At first glance, the 400-page report seems moderately redacted.
We knew that would happen — Attorney General William Barr said four main topics would be removed: any grand jury material, information that could affect ongoing investigations, classified information, and other details that could implicate the privacy of "peripheral third parties." The redactions are color-coded based on reasoning. A copy of the report was also sent to members of Congress.
As part of the investigation, 34 people and three companies have been indicted in 12 separate cases.
Seven of those people have pleaded guilty.
Newsy has a team of journalists reading through every line of the report.
Stick with Newsy as we provide context on the report and its findings throughout the day.