“He was everyone's comedian. Everybody felt like he belonged to them.”
Robin Williams's death changed the conversation around suicide and brought unprecedented attention to mental health resources.
The actor's last role is a sobering glimpse of the Robin Williams we never got to know.
Comedian Brian Copeland decided not to kill himself and made a one-man play about the experience; then things got funny.
The tech giant releases 2014’s top-trending searches and most-searched data.
A full two months after Robin Williams’ August 11 death from suicide, a scattered handful of mental health professionals and volunteers are still feeling the aftereffects.
Nintendo has not ruled out a virtual tribute to the actor and comedian, who was big fan of video games
"I would have studied my lines and had my lines down perfectly... Then Robin just goes completely off script and into another planet."
Schneider released a statement following the late actor's death on Monday
Zelda Williams announced she was “deleting [Twitter] from my devices for a good long time, maybe forever."
Allusion to demonology when discussing mental illness is more than just sloppy cliché; it suggests that our thinking about mental health remains mired in a medieval outlook
The widespread grief over Williams’s death suggests the theft which is suicide should be prevented at all costs