When the FBi raided (or "broke into" if you use Trump terminology) Cohen's office, home, etc. they did so under search warrants. At the time, those warrants, the applications for search warrants and the affidavits upon which they were based were under seal because the FBI maintained the info in them had to be kept secret so as not to interfere with the ongoing investigation. Various media outlets (networks, newspapers, AP, etc.) sued to have them unsealed so that they could access the info in them. In Feb., 2019, the Court ordered the Government (Federal, NOT NY) to file redacted versions hiding the info it deemed to be necessary to keep sealed, pending the conclusion of the investigation and to provide a status report to the Court on July 15. The Government did so and its status report indicated that the investigation was complete. Because it is complete, the Court says there's no longer a need to hide the info (other than the few exceptions noted above) and ordered the Government to now file unredacted versions so that the media can see the affidavits of probable cause, etc. and then report what the basis was behind the FBI's raids.
Two years ago, I would have said, "Of course the Justice Department will comply with the Court Order." Now? Your guess is as good as mine, although it's likely that there isn't much in the affidavits worth hiding any longer.