Short answer: big ol’ wind storm.
After seven months observing comedy routines and classes, one man shares what he learned.
There were also critics after President Wilson oversaw a spelling bee 100 years ago today. Some people are just too sensitive for words.
There were 11. And then there was one. O-N-E.
There’s a secret word committee, or as they probably call it — a clandestine lexicon coterie.
If only Gwen Stefani were forced to compete against this year’s 281 contestants …
Not merely a stellar writer, the Gatsby author also gets credit for his “impactive” additions to the English language
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz called some of his Republican colleagues “squishes.” Here’s hoping he busts out “snollygosters” next.
TIME talks with linguist Sandra Silberstein about the words we use to describe the Boston Marathon bombing, and what that tells us about how we perceive the event and its aftermath.
You’ve probably got a lot of questions before you give them your hard-earned cash, right? Well, here are your answers.
New Associated Press Stylebook guidance marks the latest chapter in a long battle over the “I-word.”