The dictionary publisher revealed its Word of the Year, and a Trump tweet helped it get picked.
Hamberders, smocking guns and now a stollen presidency. Here’s how President Donald Trump is actually teaching America how to spell words correctly.
Gaslighting, incel, big dick energy and overtourism all made the shortlist.
People are looking up words like "traitor" and "collusion" after President Trump's appearance with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t make me better at Scrabble, but it does make me proud.”
The site is calling out media outlets that label Barr's remarks merely “bizarre” or “offensive.”
Merriam-Webster's 2017 word of the year had an overall 70 percent increase in its searches compared to the year before.
"Pink" used to be yellow. A "bimbo" used to be a brutish man. How did we get here?
The language of 2017 is a depressing reminder of how bad things are.
The word spiked a whopping 4,793 percent after Comey's testimony.
"The Daily Show" started the hashtag and paired it with satirical graphics of the first daughter.
Learn what it's really like to write dictionaries in Kory Stamper's "Word by Word."