In this game, we imagine that Simpsons characters have moved to a real Springfield somewhere in the United States. Contestants tell us which U.S state we're talking about.
Put on your Discman and jam out to one of the greatest '90s songs, "Breakfast at Tiffany's," which, like all great '90s songs, was based on a romantic comedy from 1961.
In this installment of This, That or The Other, contestants must determine the origin of some unusual phrases.
Contestants respond to questions with clues to words or phrases that start with the "muh" sound. As Jerry Maguire might yell, show me the Munchkins!
President Obama used his State of the Union address to argue against charges coming from the Republican presidential candidates — and they argued back.
Wednesday marks the 12th day of the armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon. The militants who took over the federal headquarters continue to move freely in and out of the refuge. Supporters occasionally come in with food and other supplies. It's still not clear how long they'll stay, but the occupiers continue to talk about their goal of turning over federal lands to local control.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has called the leaders of the Anglican "provinces" to England to discuss the division over social issues, including homosexuality, same-sex marriage and female bishops.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday considered whether Congress unconstitutionally infringed on the independence of the judiciary when it passed a law making Iranian government funds in the U.S. available to compensate the victims of terrorist attacks sponsored by the government of Iran.
Members of Parliament have supported the idea to give England its very own national anthem. Now, England has to decide what that anthem should be.