An organization called The Captioning Group surveyed words and names most often mangled on live television by newsreaders, politicians, public figures and others.
Winners each received $10,000.
'Fauxhawk,' a haircut similar to a Mohawk, is potentially the highest scoring new word allowed in the classic board game.
“For You and Only You: A Joe Goldberg Novel” releases on April 25, 2023.
The "Harry Potter" star said he wanted queer and trans kids who identified with his character "to know that not everybody in the franchise felt that way."
The new edition explains how to ask a person's pronouns or deal with an unwanted hug and suggests cheering someone's divorce is bad form.
The food writer who prepared all 524 recipes in Julia Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" also inspired a generation of culinary enthusiasts.
The project, which examines the history and effects of slavery, has faced bans and attempted bans since its publication in 2019.
The title and publication date of The Duke of Sussex's book, Spare, has been revealed.
The "Late Show" host looks into Tudor Dixon's claim that some children's books are "pornographic."