Donald Trump has called it a "complete and total exoneration".
The report by special counsel Robert Mueller over possible ties between Trump's presidential campaign and Russia has been published, and the president himself feels exonerated.
But there are other legal troubles dogging his presidency, family and businesses.
In New York and Washington, the list of inquiries into the Trump world is expanding - any of which could produce serious headaches for the president.
Here's a look at the latest collection of eyeballs scrutinising the president - and what it all could mean.