Whenever someone in a newsroom writes a crime story, someone has to deal with the controversy over the words pleaded or pled.
Few news organizations still use courtesy titles these days and it appears the number that still does recently dropped by one.
There's some confusion over whether to use wet or whet when it comes to one's appetite, which isn't surprising since they sound alike.
You'd think that when the inventor of the image format specified how everyone should pronounce Gif, it would solve the...
The Singular They controversy continued making headlines this week as a star adopted the pronoun and a dictionary officially added the term.
The Associated Press recently released an update to its rules about using hyphens. As with most changes and updates, it's driving some writers crazy.
I saw a fellow broadcaster encourage people to keep watching for more coverage of Hurricane Dorian. But did they mean for people to stay attuned or tuned?
When a big storm like a hurricane or even a big challenge that's more abstract is coming, you might hear the phrase, 'Batten down the hatches.'
Sometimes the phrase refers to being time to 'Get the Hell out of Dodge,' but it's a popular expression most people say without ever considering its origin.
Should it be fair or fare? Both words sound alike but they have different meanings, so let's take a closer look at this potentially confusing pair.
Should it be indict or indite? They're two words that sound the same but you'll usually encounter one of them when something has gone awry.
A choice between coop or coup can be confusing because the words look similar, but they're neither spelled nor pronounced the same way.
Should it be faze or phase? The two words are pronounced the same way but they have very different meanings. So let's have a look at this pair.