This month's full moon is also called a "blue moon"—although our natural satellite will not actually change color.
The Dutch word describing apparitions, which first came into use around the 19th century, took on a more sinister meaning around World War II, when white American soldiers started referring to their Black counterparts as "spooks."
In the dictionary's breakdown of the "usage of preference," it noted that the term, when used to refer to sexual orientation, "is widely considered offensive."
A panel of white women all named "Karen" appeared on a United Kingdom television show Monday morning in which they blamed the media and anti-racism protests for unfairly stigmatizing their monikers.
You can feel any way you like with Burger King's "Real Meals."
How windy is it outside? What wind advisory, watch and warnings actually mean.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent surgery Friday in New York City.
The new warning message in "Pokémon Go" likely does not mean you are receiving a strike.
A warning means the conditions are happening already or about to happen.
How does Nick Fury know Captain Marvel? A new comic has answers.
Arrests for possession of small amounts of marijuana in New York City may soon become a thing of the past.
The trend dates back to the 12th century, but Trump's ex-campaign manager is not a fan.
Authorities have yet to make any arrests in connection with the shooting.
A misunderstood area of the brain could be helping you understand where you are and what you are doing right now.