One innocent little letter can change a word's meaning. That's why you must think when choosing between nouns like damage or damages.
The U.S. House of Representatives was set to hold a vote Wednesday on what would be the second impeachment of President Donald Trump.
The riot in Washington, D.C. last week prompted many to choose between capital or capitol, and in some cases, they...
Since COVID-19, we've seen that clear plastic installed to protect us in businesses and schools. But is it plexiglas or plexiglass?
Cambridge Dictionary made its pick for the 2020 Word of the Year based on search results during COVID-19. The choice won't surprise you.
If all goes well, the only time most of us hear about NORAD is this time of year when they're tracking Santa Claus. A typo started it all.
There are certain words and phrases we always expect to hear around Christmas. One of the most common is 'yuletide.' Here's where it from.
Every now and then, I see a common usage error — like choosing beat or beaten — and I think, 'it's time to do a grammar post on that one!
Years ago, my television station worked with a consultant who loved to say it was time to 'fish or cut bait.' Here's what it really means.
I saw an ad on Facebook advertising a piece of furniture for sale. It offered a reasonable price on what it called "chester draws."
We didn't have a clear winner in the presidential race on Election Night. Since then, we began referring to Joe Biden as President-Elect.
After Joe Biden won the presidency, a Mississippi lawmaker said his state should 'succeed' from the Union. Did he mean secede or succeed?
You probably know what a facade actually is. But you'll sometimes see it written as façade. Here's why there's that funny looking C.
In honor of Election Day, l'm presenting a quick review about the entity that will actually decide who's in the White House through 2025.