The Klingon language remains relevant to today’s culture and continues to evolve in surprising ways. (Finally, you must be thinking, some Star Trek content.)
The fictional alien worm recipe is not easy to replicate on Earth—but 'Star Trek' fans keep trying, anyway.
We’ll soon have a decision about whether languages can be copyrighted.
A dispute over a fan-made film might have far-reaching consequences for made-up languages after CBS and Paramount said they owned the Klingon language, a claim many Trekkers say is "ghuy'cha'."
This morning, Trump blames Sanders for attacks on his supporters, Turkey vows to "bring terrorism to its knees" after an attack in Ankara left 37 dead, a Star Trek fan film is being sued for using Klingon, and more.
For two decades the amusingly-named rural community has been holding a Star Trek–themed festival called "Spock Days."