Oxford University Press announced its quarterly update to OxfordDictionaires.com, and it includes a larder full of words on food and drink.
Nigeria is a land aching to reap the benefits of a modern world, but it’s also riddled with inequality. Evan takes a closer look at daily life there.
Lots of people think the Internet is the root of many evils. Is one of them the frying of young brains? Amy finds out whether or not our parents were right to advise us to step away from the keyboard.
See how a traditional 'smiley face' fares against the more newfangled chat icons.
Perhaps best known as full face-tattoo-bearing warrior natives of New Zealand, the Māori are central to the country’s culture and identity.
The Intha fishermen of Myanmar, Burma are the only fishermen in the world to fish with an acrobatic style. But today, they must also balance the weight of environmental and economic pressures.
The next time you hear sarcasm or express it yourself, consider that it may actually be stimulating your brain toward creativity and smarts.
No one is entirely sure where the term "Eskimo" originated, and it means different things to different peoples.
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