The word "unfriend" appeared in print all the way back in 1659.
A number of film titles have become part of the vocabulary even among people who haven't seen the movies in question.
Going off to war often means leaving your family, friends, and beloved pets behind. During World War II, Polish soldiers compensated for their missing loved ones by adopting a Syrian brown bear.
"Suddenly, within the space of a few minutes, the water started turning darker and eventually was completely red."
Mandatory Fun was the first comedy album to hit number one since 1963.
Back then, techniques of bringing back the dead were far less effective. And much more bizarre.
Apatosaurus suffers from an identity crisis of epic proportions. Even today, many people only know this amazing animal as the Brontosaurus, a name that was discarded 111 years ago.
Chicago invented the skyscraper, has hosted two World's Fairs, and boasts its own kind of formidable pizza.
Far from mindless killing machines, as they’re so often portrayed, these members of the class Chondrichthyes, or cartilaginous fish, are fascinating age-old survivors with a critical role in the ocean