Merriam-Webster added GOAT, and you'll be pretty shocked to learn who it was first used to describe online.
Most dictionaries, as well as popular culture, mistakenly define “hacker” with a malicious connotation. It’s time to change that.
If humans want to expand beyond Earth in an optimal way, we’ll need novel language to keep pace with novel technologies.
We asked Merriam-Webster how they decide what words make the cut.
As the price of Bitcoin and Ethereum skyrocket, and more and more people who are unfamiliar with technology join in the craze, words start to lose their original and correct meaning.
They also discovered that "racism" is one of the words that is most central to Kanye West's work, whatever that means.
People are debating where the Cleveland Indians' current win streak stands in MLB history because the 1916 New York Giants won 26 times in 27 games.
The popular, crowd-sourced lexicon was supposed to be the people's resource. The people are awful.
The Norwegian quartet show off a charmingly carefree approach to DJing.
"Babe", "Better Half", "Hubby", "Squeeze", or the worst: "Partner in Crime".
The Kompakt domo breaks down the art of collaboration on (and off) his best album yet.
Cover story: With their third album, 'Woman,' the Parisian hellraisers return to the church of their imagination.