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Nearly half of the redactions in the special counsel's report appear to be where prosecutors wanted to shield ongoing cases that spun out of Robert Mueller's work but were apparently not central to his mandate to investigate Russia's election-meddling and whether President Trump obstructed the ensuing probe. (Associated Press)

Democrats crave what little information Mueller report hides

Nearly 1,000 black marks dot special counsel Robert Mueller's report, each a redaction of information the Justice Department says shouldn't be made public -- tantalizing morsels about what else might be lurking. more

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