The word “marriage,” as John P. Marquand might have said, is a damnably serious business—particularly when it comes to America’s cultural grapple over homosexuality.
Yo mama’s so dumb, she doesn’t know that physically weaker humans can use insults to change their positions in dominance hierarchies. Zing!
Celebrity judges include “Weird Al” Yanovic, who proved his love for palindromes in his song “Bob.”
Public Policy Polling is releasing their latest set of oddball polls, about political affiliation and food preferences. And they’re not just for your entertainment.
Boontling, a home-grown American dialect, may soon go the way of dinosaurs and beepers.
In this week’s edition of Wednesday Words, NewsFeed highlights intriguing and controversial terms that have been in the news.
Welcome to Wednesday Words, NewsFeed’s weekly column that delves into the way we wag our tongues and wield our pens.
In this week’s edition of Wednesday Words, NewsFeed explains catchy terms that have been in the news, ranging from the roads of New Jersey to the front lines.
How many exclamation points are enough? Should you ever write in ALL CAPS? English professor and author Ben Yagoda promises to answer these questions and make you a better writer.
NewsFeed’s weekly highlight of our vocabulary: humans say the darnedest things.
At the end of a long Inauguration Day full of speeches and remarks, President Barack Obama let his body do the talking–with a little help from Al Green.
Well, someone had to start calling them the Founding Fathers