A woman is poisoned with a piece of cheesecake. Her lookalike is convicted of attempted murder.

  (CBSNews.com) : In February 2023, a Russian woman named Viktoria Nasyrova was convicted of attempted murder. Her crime: poisoning her lookalike with a drug-laced piece of cheesecake. ..

Microsoft technology chief says supply of Nvidia's AI chips is improving

Kevin Scott, Microsoft's chief technology officer, said supply of Nvidia's graphics processing units is improving now that generative AI hype has cooled a bit.

Brooklinen vs Parachute: Which bedding brand is best?

We break down all the differences between top bedding brands Brooklinen and Parachute so you can buy the best sheets for your bed.

Plan to demolish and rebuild Glasgow convenience store

A plan to demolish and rebuild a Glasgow convenience store was submitted to the council.

24 Of The Most Bizarre Or Unlikely Celebrity Crushes Celebrities Have Ever Had

Helen Mirren seems to be just about everyone's celebrity crush. View Entire Post ›

Ainsworth: Unexpected power cut hits more than 800 homes

A power cut has hit more than 800 homes this evening, with residents reporting their houses going dark.

Former Biden aide claims 'dysfunction' of House GOP to blame for spending fight

President Biden's former chief of staff Ron Klain pinned the blame for a looming government shutdown squarely on the House GOP amid continued infighting over budget cuts and border policy, while the Senate proposed its own

Colin Kaepernick wrote letter to Jets for practice squad job. They passed over exiled QB

Colin Kaepernick, the 35-year-old civil rights activist and former NFL quarterback, offered to join the New York Jets practice squad. They went with Trevor Siemian.

Will this be the least important presidential debate in U.S. history?

The first Republican debate didn’t change things much. With the stage combining for less than half the support of GOP voters, the second one isn’t likely to either.

Democracy has returned to El Salvador

With a majority in Congress and a mandate from the people, President Bukele was able to get prisons and gangs under control.

Mark Zuckerberg unveils new AI assistants embodied by celebs like Tom Brady and Kendall Jenner that have individual personalities

Meta's "Victor" AI assistant, played by former NBA player Dwyane Wade, can give you a workout plan.

Husband ignores GoFundMe for gravely ill brother. Hax readers give advice.

The couple can afford it, but husband won’t help his sick brother — a father of four — with expenses. His spouse wants to remedy that.

Best Unsecured Loans of October 2023

The best unsecured loans in our picks include SoFi, Lightstream, Payoff, Marcus by Goldman Sachs, Upstart, PenFed Credit Union, and Wells Fargo.

A couple explains how they turned a pop-up breakfast taco side project into a brick-and-mortar restaurant that brought in more than $1 million in revenue in year one

The La Tejana cofounders explain how they turned an idea to bring breakfast tacos to Washington, DC, into a reality — and a thriving business.

Best Debit Cards for Teens of October 2023

The best teens' debit cards have low fees, strong parental monitoring features, budgeting tools, and educational resources. Find the best fit for your child.

Kevin Bacon Explains Why He Rejected 'Footloose' Fame

The actor said that when he was younger, he "would do anything" to be famous.

DOJ accuses eBay of violating Clean Air Act by allowing sales of harmful products

The Justice Department filed a lawsuit Wednesday on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency against eBay, which it accuses of selling harmful products, according to a press release. “The Justice Department filed a complaint

Over 4,000 UK Homes To Get Better Heating Through £13.9 Million Heat Networks Upgradation Plan

A reported 55 heat networks across the country are being upgraded so that thousands of old and inefficient heating systems in UK homes get lower energy bills ahead of the winter.

Trump faces 'corporate death penalty' after fraud ruling

After a Manhattan judge ruled that Donald Trump committed fraud at the Trump Organization, experts say he may be facing a "corporate death penalty."

The stock market outlook 'rhymes with 2008' as headwinds continue to pile up, JPMorgan's quant guru says

"The current change in interest rates is about 5 times larger than the 2002-2008 increase," JPMorgan's Marko Kolanovic warned.

Hurd says campaign 'at an inflection point' after failing to make second GOP debate

Republican presidential candidate Will Hurd said on Wednesday that his campaign has reached "an inflection point" after the Texas Republican failed to make a second GOP presidential debate. "Just 14 weeks ago, I

'Take Care of Maya': Emotional letter revealed in alleged child abuse case that drove mother to suicide

Maya Kowalski, featured in the popular docuseries 'Taking Care of Maya,' testified Tuesday about a letter she wrote to her family after she was separated from them.

10 totally normal things that can happen to your body after having sex

Post-sex exhaustion, abdominal cramps, and itching are some reactions you may notice after sex. Typically, they're not a cause for concern.

Archaeologists Discover 1,500-Year-Old Tomb of Ancient Emperor in China

Researchers have unearthed more than 140 funerary objects at the tomb, including ceramic figurines depicting warriors and animals like camels.

Garoppolo still in protocol; coach hopeful he plays

Las Vegas is hopeful that Jimmy Garoppolo (concussion) can play vs. the Chargers, but will pivot to either Brian Hoyer or Aidan O'Connell if he can't.

Leading Lanarkshire confectionery firm sponsoring community football team

Lees of Scotland gives its backing to Milan FC youngsters in Coatbridge.

Dad dies in plunge from Hawaii waterfall just days after wedding anniversary

Mark DeBarr died after he fell 120 feet below Hawaii's Waipo'o waterfall, in Kokee State Park, just days after celebrating his anniversary.

House lawmakers push SEC Chair Gensler to approve spot bitcoin ETF applications: CNBC Crypto World

CNBC Crypto World features the latest news and daily trading updates from the digital currency markets and provides viewers with a look at what's ahead with high-profile interviews, explainers, and unique stories from the

McCarthy says he doesn't "see the support" in House for Senate funding measure

If Congress can't pass a government funding bill by 11:59 p.m. Saturday, then the government will shut down.

British Ambassador presents credentials to President of Ukraine

Martin Harris presented his credentials to the President of Ukraine as His Majesty’s new Ambassador to Ukraine.

Jim Jordan fires back at Fani Willis's 'hostile response' to House probe

House Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) on Wednesday fired back at Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis (D) for her “hostile response” to his request to turn over documents related to her prosecution of former

Meta Unveils New Virtual Reality Headset in Push for New Traction on Metaverse

Facebook parent Meta Platforms on Wednesday announced the release date of its coming Quest three virtual reality headset and new Ray-Ban smart glasses.

Blazers trading seven-time All-Star Damian Lillard to Milwaukee Bucks in three-team deal: report

The Portland Trail Blazers are reportedly trading seven-time All-Star Damian Lillard to the Milwaukee Bucks in a three-team deal that includes the Phoenix Suns

Lynne Spears cheers on daughter Jamie Lynn during Dancing With The Stars... debut despite 'struggling to pay her bills' after fallout with Britney

Lynn Spears looked to be in good spirits as she cheered on her youngest daughter, Jamie Lynn Spears, during the actress' Dancing With The Stars debut on Tuesday.

Biden approves Louisiana emergency declaration as saltwater threatens drinking water

President Biden approved a disaster declaration Wednesday in Louisiana in connection with saltwater intrusion into the state’s drinking water. The White House declaration authorizes the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to