Norman Lear, the man behind "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons," talks about writing comedy and his favorite show right now in this online exclusive.
By PBS NewsHour
Williams is not the only creative genius to have suffered from depression. That much is clear from history.
By Margaret Myers and Victoria Fleischer
Robin Williams' illustrious career touched five decades. Survey any group of people and they will each give you a top 10 list of their favorite Williams performances as diverse as the comedy industry itself. We looked to IMDb -- a…
By Larisa Epatko
Comedian and actor Robin Williams was found dead Monday morning at his Northern California home from an apparent suicide, according to the Marin County Sheriff's Office. He was 63.
Comedian Hari Kondabolu has made a name for himself by speaking honestly -- and humorously -- about race. Kondabolu sits down Hari Sreenivasan at the Aspen Ideas Festival to discuss why colonialism can be a ripe subject for humor, and…
By PBS NewsHour
PBS Digital Studios' Web series "Everything But the News" follows PBS NewsHour’s public media-obsessed and supposed cub reporter Steve Goldbloom, as he reports on the latest tech trends out of Silicon Valley and beyond.
By Victoria Fleischer
Harold Ramis, the Chicago actor best known for his roles in “Ghostbusters” and “Stripes,” died of a rare autoimmune disease early Monday morning. Ramis was the head writer and performed for Second City’s television series. He got his big break…
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