US Attorney general William Barr released Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference into the 2016 presidential election today.
The 448-page document his team posted on the Department of Justice website includes two volumes and several appendixes. It’s not searchable, though, meaning readers will have to slog through pages of inconsequential material to find the juicy bits. Among the search terms suggested ahead of the release: collusion, conspiracy, and junior (as in Donald Trump Jr.).
Here’s a version in which you can CTRL-F those and other terms. Click on the full-screen version to search: