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Catherine Coulson -- who portrayed Margaret Lanterman, the Log Lady in the surreal cult series "Twin Peaks" -- died on Monday, according to her rep.
With Fox set to debut the first episode of "The X-Files" revival for fans at New York Comic Con on Oct. 10, the network finally unveiled the official trailer for the upcoming series Monday during new episodes of "Gotham" and "Minority Report."
President Barack Obama slammed adversaries in Russia and Syria -- and political foes at home -- while defending the use of diplomacy over force in his address to the U.N. Monday.
He supposedly wanted to give the Pope his business card and talk to him and other world leaders about changing the world.
Vice President Joe Biden will be invited to participate in the first Democratic presidential primary debate if he declares his intention to seek his party's nomination as late as the day of the debate, eligibility criteria released Monday by CNN shows.
It's been hinted at and talked around, but mostly it was an open secret: Waylon Smithers Jr. is gay.
More than 500 prison inmates freed by Taliban fighters flooded the streets of the Afghan provincial capital of Kunduz on Monday, a police spokesman told CNN.
A pair of influential Republicans backed Rep. Tom Price for House majority leader on Monday, dealing a blow to other conservatives vying for the leadership position.
New images released by NASA show the shock waves produced by a jet traveling faster than the speed of sound.
John Nyerghes reunited with the dog he worked with in the U.S. Army after nearly three years apart. CNN affiliate WOIO reports.
The Walker family from Argentina traveled 13,000 miles in a remodeled Volkswagen bus to be in Philadelphia for the papal visit. Never in their wildest dreams did they imagine they would actually meet the Pope. But on Sunday, their phone rang at 6 a.m. It was the Vatican calling.
The note Mrs. Chambers placed on her kitchen table before she left home Saturday was short and to the point -- like a message you might leave to say you'd stepped out to buy a gallon of milk.
Americans are holy, too! The Vatican has named several people who either lived, worked or were born in the United States as saints -- and a few more have been declared blessed, which means they're on the way to canonization.
Hillary Clinton would beat Donald Trump in a general election match-up if the election were held today, a new poll shows.