However, the court rules that this information does not have to be shared with Congress.
Park Won-soon disappeared after reportedly leaving a message for his daughter, who raised the alarm.
Support for officers has declined slightly, but most oppose cuts to police funding, a survey finds.
Noah Lyles briefly appeared to have set an astonishing new 200m world record - beating Usain Bolt.
The mural was painted on Fifth Avenue and others are planned for each of New York's five boroughs.
He had been released from prison to home confinement over coronavirus concerns.
Robert Fuller's death sparked suspicion but investigators say he had history of mental illness.
China is accused of persecuting Uighur Muslims, including by locking them up in detention camps.
President Trump's press secretary said it was safe to reopen and that "the child will always come first".
Naya Rivera is believed to have drowned after her son was found alone in a boat on a California lake.
The band formerly known as Lady Antebellum take legal action against a 61-year-old blues singer.
France's president puts an end to speculation that the restored spire will be modern in style.
The ally of US President Donald Trump was convicted of lying to Congress.
A quarter of the deleted videos contained adult nudity or sexual acts.
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