The United States Congress could be updated this weekend on the investigation into alleged meddling by Russia in the US 2016 presidential election.
Donald Trump previously called Robert Mueller's report a 'witch-hunt' - denying any wrongdoing.
The special counsel has handed his report to the US Attorney-General, who will decide what happens next.
Brexit is set to dominate discussions at a Fine Gael national conference, as it continues in Wexford today.
Over 1,000 party members are attending the two day event, which ends with a televised address by the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar tonight.
DUP MP Jeffrey Donaldson will address the gathering later on north-south relations after Brexit.
US-backed fighters in Syria say the Islamic State has been defeated in its final territory in the country.
Syrian Democratic Forces claim they have liberated Baghouz, and all areas are now free of IS.
The militant group's fall ends its self-declared caliphate.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has hinted she might not bring back her Brexit deal for MPs to vote on for a third time next week.
She has written a letter to members of her Conservative Party, and says she will not do that if there is not enough support.
If the House of Commons does not back her agreement, Britian has until April 12th to decide on a new plan.
Mozambique's president has warned he expects the number of people killed in a cyclone to rise above 1,000.
Neighbouring Zimbabwe and Malawi were also hit, with hundreds already known to have died.
Many more have been displaced following the high winds and severe flooding.