Is "slacks" the worst word in the English language? The New Yorker thinks so. Hollywood producer Robert Evans might disagree. He poses here with some of his most fashionable slacks in 1957. Marty Lederhandler/AP hide caption

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'Moist,' 'Dude' and 'Slacks': The Worst Words Ever?

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Dutch Domino's Adds Car Noises To Scooter Delivery

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Frozen Cows Present Dilemma In Rockies

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Strange Time To Be A Governor

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Tucson Zoo Crowdsources To Feed Elephants

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With Two Votes, Wis. Woman Lands On City Council

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A cyclist uses a fader to manipulate music, on Cogoo's Turntable Rider kit that blends DJ and BMX culture. NPR hide caption

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Unalaska's Sgt. Jennifer Schockley has earned fans worldwide for her local police blotter. Alexandra Gutierrez/KUCB hide caption

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Small Town's Police Blotter Is A Riot

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Proposal Letter Found 60 Years Later

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Musician Lois Kendall plays the bass while the robot Elektro "conducts" on stage as part of a Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing demonstration at the 1939 World's Fair in New York. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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America's First Celebrity Robot Is Staging A Comeback

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