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Robin Williams also struggled with addiction and depression, and a psychiatrist says it's important to know that they are diseases, like any others.
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After Robins Williams' death Monday, Adrian Cronauer -- the Armed Forces Radio Service disc jockey portrayed by Williams in "Good Morning, Vietnam" - recalled his experiences with the actor on WTOP Tuesday.
Obama calls Robin Williams 'one of a kind,' says he touched human spirit
Utah Symphony kicks off series of free performances in national parks across southern Utah
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NBA fines Raptors for Drake's pitch to Durant at concert
Kings of Leon forced to cancel shows after drummer breaks ribs; return to tour Aug. 28
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