The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
As midnight approaches on December 31st, more than a few of us will crack open a bottle or two of champagne to help toast in the New Year.
Sometimes false advertising is easy to spot.
Photographers in the former Soviet Union seem to really enjoy taking pictures of abandoned buildings, and that's a lucky thing, considering how many of them they have.
If your college was anything like mine, a day didn't go by without some company giving out free samples in wacky cars.
Opening a new restaurant is risky. 60% of new restaurants close or change ownership within three years.
At 4pm (ish) each day this month, we'll be posting one of the year's most popular quizzes.
Earlier this year, we ran a whole week's worth of quizzes celebrating the 1980s.
At the end of each year, the media reflects on the famous people who died over the past 12 months. This year's notable losses include Paul Newman, Edmund Hillary, Tim Russert and Arthur C.
After I left for college, my parents and younger sister filled the void with a Jack Russell Terrier.
Sean Connery wasn't supposed to be James Bond. Keanu wasn't supposed to be "the One." So, who were the original choices?
Loyal readers of this blog will recall my post on default songs, a term I coined that refers to the song you default to when either there's no song in your head, or you want to get a lousy song O
Factors are theÂ integers that can be evenly divided into a given number.
If you're used to counting down the New Year from 10, 9, 8, etc. this year you're going to have to make sure you go from 11!
Every aspect of the American presidency comes under intense scrutiny, but few parts of a president's life contain as many amusing, slightly sordid anecdotes as their siblings' behavior.