The pair excitedly announced their engagement on social media with videos and photos of Spears showing off her new ring.
"People don't just wake up with schizophrenia when they are elderly," Dr. Michael Wasserman, a former nursing home executive said.
Security officials are assessing the threat level posed by the Washington DC rally, which is expected to draw attendees from far-right extremist groups.
The company became the first US tech giant to disclose its compliance with data requests from the Hong Kong government.
"Indeed, it appears that there is a different set of rules if you are an LGBTQ+ educator," 22-year-old John Wallis said on Twitter after resigning.
Siggi was born with a defect that caused her front paws to develop facing upward instead of downward, preventing her from walking normally.
"We all in the private sector have to do everything we can to tackle this virus," Dr. Vivek Murthy said on Sunday.
At 83 years old, Breyer is the oldest justice currently serving on the Supreme Court. Prominent progressives have called for him to step away.
The Washington University student, identified as Fadel Alkilani, is seen in a video piling the 2,977 American flags into blue garbage bags.
The SBA raised the cap on Economic Injury Disaster Loans from $500,000 to $2 million for businesses to use on expenses such as rent and payroll.
The surgery suspensions will occur for "several weeks" across 13 out of 24 hospitals within the Intermountain Healthcare system.
Lucas Wall, a frequent flier who's suing seven airlines, plans to add a "conspiracy" charge to his lawsuit, as well as several more plaintiffs.
The mother said Disney cast members instructed her to use two parking spots after all the disabled spots were full. The space let's her wheel her son out the vehicle, she said.
When it comes to the 17 least-vaccinated states, 16 - all but Georgia - voted for Trump, the report said.
The owner of Mikuni Restaurant Group told KCRA his attempts to find new staff have been unsuccessful, leading to temporary closures every Monday.
The gorillas at highest risk of serious complications are being treated with monoclonal antibodies, including 60-year-old Ozzie
Afghanistan's former Central Bank governor Ajmal Ahmady said the country's economy faces an "extremely challenging" road ahead.
In a video posted to Twitter promoting the boxing event, Donald Trump Jr. said he planned to press his father, the former president, on Area 51.
Ibrahim Kamara and Jide Adetunji, the founders of GUAP, discuss their long-term mission to celebrate diversity and nurture untapped talent.
Prior to the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan, women learned in co-ed spaces within universities and did not have to follow a dress code.
Billionaires argue that their money is better spent philanthropically through charities than through taxes. It's an absurd, anti-democratic argument.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Adam Schiff have demanded to see Amazon's misinformation policies to understand why it markets anti-vaxx books.
From leaks to a shoddy paint job, a Tesla driver broke down quality-control issues with his EV. He says it's a small price to pay for driving a Tesla.
If employers want their workers back, they'll have to offer something better than just a job: potential.
Roughly two-thirds of US shoppers shop at Walgreens, and the typical shopper visits every three weeks, spending about $22 per trip.
Earlier this month, Colorado's Jefferson County's health agency stood down three mobile units after a driver damaged signage at the vaccination tent.
Saturday marked the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks, which saw nearly 3,000 Americans lose their lives.
Dog trainers say building a routine could help manage your dog's separation anxiety once you return to the office. Here's how you can do that now.
My vaccination card was just as powerful as my passport. The French border agent was more concerned with my vaccination status than reason for travel.
Rae's cafe in Missouri was shut down by local officials after its owners turned the establishment into a private club that prohibited masks.
FlyCoin's goal is a token that flyers can exchange for goods and services, or convert to other currencies and two airlines are on already board.
The bank manager was reportedly called a racist slur by a client and then attacked in the parking lot when his shift ended.
We got a firsthand look inside the new plant where Ford will build an electric version of its massively popular F-150 truck.
Authorities said bears had broken into about 70 homes and vehicles in South Lake Tahoe, California, searching for food.
Priority Pass is my favorite credit card perk and while I've used it countless times in the US, I was excited to see it in action in the UK.
"The levels of debt which we're going to find ourselves at, once we do finally begin to exit from this crisis, are going to be eye-watering."
Several commenters on Facebook said Vicki Reamy Baker should not have provoked the predator by prodding it.
SpaceX's weather-satellite launch will provide advanced imagery and atmospheric measurements of Earth's weather, oceans, and environment, NASA said.
Young people around the world are getting rich from selling secondhand and vintage goods on social shopping app Depop.
A couple was escorted off a flight from Fort Lauderdale to San Diego for refusing to wear masks properly.
Trump got a 30% cut on his taxes for Trump Tower Chicago because the building's commercial space was mostly empty, The Chicago Sun-Times reported.
The Rev Megan Rohrer is the first openly transgender person elected to that post in any mainline Christian denomination.
The "AP Planner" was accused of insensitivity when it tweeted that Saturday was the 20th anniversary of the album "Silver Side Up."
Lewis County General Hospital will pause a key maternity service after September 27 so that the hospital can recruit vaccinated staff.
Genghis Grill launched Stir Fry Chef, a virtual brand, at 40 of its 51 of its kitchens. An executive tells Insider why.
Alligators, river otters, and nutria - large, semiaquatic rodents - have also been found covered in oil, wildlife officials said.
Cobra and One Betta will sniff the masks of each employee at a security checkpoint to detect the virus through their sweat and breath.
"If I am to become a productive member of society, I need to be a part of society," Anissa Weier wrote in a letter in March.
Fueled by curiosity, Red Antler Processing owner Shane Smith began processing the stomach contents of large alligators only to make a huge discovery.
"Zebras running loose in Prince George's County is something we've never seen, that's for sure," Chief of Prince George's County Animal Services said.
Capitol Police launched 38 investigations, identified officers in 26 of them, and found no wrongdoing in 20.
The latest lawsuit from the live streaming platform is directed at two specific users for violating its user guidelines.
Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf has been on a mission to reshape the bank since joining in 2019.
The former president said domestic and foreign extremists were "children of the same foul spirit," and it's "our continuing duty to confront them."
The child was pronounced dead at the scene.
One survivor was buried alive for 27 hours, and another only made it out alive because he stopped to rescue a fallen woman.
During a surprise visit to a local New York City police precinct on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 Saturday, former President Trump hinted at ambitions to run for president in 2024.
President Joe Biden and his predecessors Obama, Bush, and Clinton paid tribute at 9/11 memorials Saturday morning.
A Connors Farm employee called the police on a couple who accidentally picked six extra apples on Labor Day. It has since apologized.
"I have purposefully not had them on, frankly, because I don't want to hear their crap," Wallace said on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Florida chapter said most of these deaths were aligned with underlying health conditions.
Residents have complained before about lack of adequate ventilation and other issues at the shelter, the New York Post reported.
"If we insist on tearing down statues of reprehensible people, let's at least be fair and balanced about it," this Missouri Republican said.
The reporter said she won't get the vaccine as she tries to conceive. The CDC has encouraged women who are pregnant or trying to get vaccinated.
Two men, aged 19 and 25, stepped in to stop a woman from being "inappropriately touched." They were then beaten and left for dead, reports say.
Within a year, the poverty rate in Afghanistan will hover at a whopping 97% or 98%, a United Nations Development Program director said.
Judge Jonathan Newell was going to be arrested for accusations of sexual exploitation of a child. He was found with "an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound," officials said.
Only three employees worked at a Dunkin' branch in Colorado Springs before the labor shortage forced it to temporarily close down.
"We have more women participating in our workforce than just about anywhere else," Gov. Ned Lamont said in a video posted to social media.
Ray DeMonia, who died in Meridian, Mississippi after suffering heart issues, was reportedly turned away from more than 40 hospitals with no available ICU beds.
London transport staff have been warned about anti-mask posters after a UK woman was cut and injured trying to remove an anti-vaccination poster.
"Despite everything that could possibly be done for her, she's going to lose her battle and lose her life," Dr. Nicole Linder said.
Emergency calls will be directed to the county office, who cannot enforce Kimberling City ordinances.
A third-party supplier flagged a potential defect in a component of the flight-control system, Virgin Galactic said.
Lawsuits seeking to end the Biden administration's mask mandates were unlikely to succeed, a handful of legal experts said.
Steve Buscemi is a former New York City firefighter who served with Engine Company 55 from 1980 to 1984.
High school sweethearts Charletta and Troy Green spent their anniversary in separate hospitals. They both had to be put on ventilators.
The Georgia lawmaker said that her GOP colleagues need to get their "asses in gear" and impeach President Joe Biden to win elections.
A woman in the background is seen laughing, smirking, and shaking her head, while another person is heard shouting, "Shut up!"
Insider spoke with five supply chain experts that broke down the impact the hurricane will have on the ongoing supply chain crisis.
After President Joe Biden said vaccinations would be required for businesses with 100 or more staffers, Republican governors threatened lawsuits.
Jermain Dixon, A former member of Brooklyn's "Patio Crew" drug gang, was shot in the head by the killer, NYPD footage shows.
4,000 people who have been under home confinement could go back to prison if Biden doesn't commute their sentences.
Amazon is said to have expressed a "serious interest" in the package that allows subscribers to stream out-of-market NFL games.
The court has come under attack for its recent decision to maintain a Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.
I saw "Shang-Chi" at Alamo Drafthouse and it was thrilling, proving that pandemic-era online debuts like "Black Widow" can't live up to the theater.
A contract created by Tinder User Annie Wright asked her boyfriend for "romantic gestures once every two weeks" and no silent treatment.
AI firm KoBold has teamed up with mining giant BHP to search for four key electric-vehicle metals in Australia, KoBold CEO Kurt House told Insider.
California surf instructor Matthew Coleman was indicted on two counts of foreign first-degree murder of US nationals after spearfishing gun deaths.
"My biggest fear, as we start to get further away from 9/11, is that we start to forget exactly what happened that day," NYPD's Paul Grattan says.
Ashley Ruffin is accused of helping two teens to beat up another kid. In a Facebook Live video, she slammed the "biased" coverage of the altercation.
Twenty years on from the al-Qaida attack on the Twin Towers, COVID-19 conspiracy theorists are exploiting the anniversary to spread misinformation.
On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the NYC economy is transformed, along with the role of Disney and superheroes in entertainment. It's no coincidence.
The move follows Disney's latest box-office success with Marvel's "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings," which was released only in theatres.
Vaccinated people are less vulnerable to hospitalization and death from COVID-19. But one-quarter of Americans are still hesitant to get their shots.
General Ken Paxton, the Texas AG, on Friday accused school districts that defied a mask-mandate ban of "unlawful political maneuvering."
A Fort Lauderdale-San Diego flight was disrupted after a couple became physically and verbally abusive towards crew members, reports say.
Margaret Loughrey, 56, became one of Ireland's biggest ever lottery winners when she won around £27 million in 2013.
The girl's mom, who also had COVID-19, said she was against the vaccine but that "now, I wish I never was."
Reinbold said in a September 9 Facebook post her ban from Alaska Airlines was political and "could undermine our representative republic."