Can a nationalist movement from the internet save the world's most scattered people?
After they snogged, it all went to pot when he threw a wobbly because he couldn't find his anorak. She lent him some dosh and told him to get on his bike... are we doing this right?
Who gives a f*** about an Oxford comma? The legal system, apparently.
How I processed character names from about 400 thousand films and TV series, shot from the 1960s to the 2010s, and found out the difference between naming in real life and cinema world.
These charts show the most common misspelled permutations of celebrity names like Jake Gyllenhaal and Britney Spears.
At the same time, I found a better way to make a point.
Every single character or voice Mo Amer does is laugh-out-loud funny.
Across the world and throughout history, the potato has been used linguistically nearly as much as it has been used culinarily, with similarly varied results.
As a candidate, Donald J. Trump's language about the southern border was remarkably simple, but his language has shifted since his election as president, particularly since the government shutdown last month.
The word "mistress" is having a moment. It shouldn't. It's sexist and should've been retired long ago.
In the words of her detractors during the 2016 presidential race, Hillary Clinton was abrasive and shrill. She was aloof. She was unlikable. It's not a coincidence that these adjectives are now bubbling up in discussions of Senators Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand and Kamala Harris.
As goofy as some of your smartphone keyboard's predictions are, at least it tries to not make you look bad.
A special class of vivid, textural words defy linguistic theory: could "ideophones" unlock the secrets of humans’ first utterances?
Anthropologists and linguists are working to understand how complex systems of communication emerge — and what they reveal about how to keep rare or threatened languages alive.
There’s a chance that "Roma" will take the big award but not win the Oscars' Foreign Language category.
Soldier, sailor, airman, Marine, Coast Guardsman and … ?
This is the least fun game Fallon has ever played on TV and we are HERE! FOR!! IT!!!
Born in Pakistan with a childhood in the Netherlands, her dad — the chief imam of the Islamic Center of Ireland — has some learning to do.
It's an internet fight and only the funniest meme will emerge victorious. This week's challengers? Mulaney, Shaggy, Thotiana and Fyre Fest.
Court stenographers often misunderstand Black English, and their mistakes could affect people's lives at crucial junctures.
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