The Latest on special counsel Robert Mueller and the Russia investigation (all times local):
The White House says it was given a heads-up that special counsel Robert Mueller might be making a public statement about his Russia probe.
A senior White House official says the White House was not caught off-guard by Mueller's announcement that he would be speaking Wednesday about the report.
It will be Mueller's first statement on the report. He's not expected to take questions.
It's unclear what Mueller intends to say, but the statement comes amid demands for Mueller to testify on Capitol Hill about his findings and tension with Attorney General William Barr over the handling of his report.
By Deb Riechmann.
Special counsel Robert Mueller will make his first public statement on the results of his nearly two-year long Russia investigation on Wednesday.
That's according to the Justice Department, which said he would speak at 11 a.m. Mueller has not spoken publicly since he was appointed in May 2017.
Mueller investigated Russia meddling in the 2016 election and contacts with Donald Trump's campaign.