Four months after he sent his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election and the Trump campaign to Attorney General William Barr, Robert Mueller will testify publicly today about what his investigators did — and didn't — find.
Analysis: Mueller has been a unique foil for President Donald Trump. If his congressional testimony is indeed damaging, the president will have to hope that his two-year delegitimization campaign of the decorated Vietnam veteran and former FBI director worked, writes NBC News' Jonathan Allen.
The first hearing gets underway at 8:30 a.m. ET. Tune in for live coverage on NBC, MSNBC and NBCNews.com.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 35 people as part of an operation targeting families with deportation orders, officials said Tuesday, a number far lower than the 2,000 targeted in the highly publicized raids touted by Trump.
When asked about the low arrest rate, ICE Acting Director Matthew Albence said, "This is just the beginning of the operation."
Today will mark the end of one era in British politics and the start of a new one.
Theresa May will face her final prime minister's questions in the House of Commons at 7 a.m. ET before she heads off to Buckingham Palace to tender her resignation to the queen.
Boris Johnson will then meet with the queen and she will invite him to form his government.
But the populist Conservative leader is not in for an easy ride. He faces perhaps the most daunting immediate challenge of any incoming British prime minister since Winston Churchill during World War II.