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At least, that's how the media put it, leading "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart to whip out a severed head and begin screaming: "There is no law!...But then a second court ruled in favor of that same provision.
Story A new mobile video game that lets players party, pose and spend money like Kim Kardashian is near the top of the download charts. The CEO of Glu Mobile talks about the hit his team created. (July 16) AP Video Video Crews uncover hundreds of
For the seventh year in a row , Jimmy Kimmel took on the two teenage winners of this year's National School Scrabble Championship (open to students in grades four through eight) in a televised competition. Kimmel, an avid Scrabbler who hosted and won
A woman unwittingly contributes to getting the word "selfie" into Merriam-Webster's updated dictionary by taking one with Prince Harry in Estonia last week. In its quest to keep pace with the never-ending growth spurts of the English language,
The so-called "Maker movement" is sweeping northern California and, in a smaller way, Europe and other countries.
Scrabble and wedding tension in 'Law and Boarder' The tension in the "Castle" Season 6 episode, "Law & Boarder," doesn't just come from the murder of the week. Instead, look for a game of Scrabble and Castle's choice for a best man at his wedding to
Scrabble combines the best aspects of language, strategy, and board gamery. But scoring well (and winning) doesn't happen easily. Certain actions can help you on the board though. We combined the nine hacks below from " Everything Scrabble ," by
Dr. Reid Simmons, who developed Victor with some of his students at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute, purposely puts down the word "NO," playing off a blank tile, for a grand total of 1 point. "This is not golf," Victor says. "You want
Viewers immediately took to Twitter, revealing their disbelief that the word Jigaboo' a derogatory term used to describe a black person had featured in the episode which was broadcast at 9pm last Friday. The BBC has apologised after the word 'Jigaboo'
Meet Victor, a robotic creation at Carnegie Mellon University that plays a mean game of Scrabble, reports the Wall Street Journal . The games are literally mean Victor is programmed to trash-talk his competitors. Dorcas Alexander, a tournament