In the middle of an empty bar, I erupted into grief, knowing full well that I’m only here because my suicide attempts were unsuccessful.
Police said a disgruntled employee shot his boss before killing himself in the Bank of America building in Chicago.
Katie Crouch, author of Abroad, on surviving the first tech boom in San Francisco and the importance of Sylvia Plath.
The California teenager left a note saying he could no longer “handle school” and had “no friends,” according to the $1 million claim that was rejected by the school. The teen’s parents say a video of their son allegedly masturbating in a school bathroom stall went viral.
Doctors say the country’s dim view of mental health could leave people vulnerable to suicide over football results. All-night World Cup TV sessions have played their part too.
No, I don’t want to see yours.
The Seattle Police Department has released 35 photos from the crime scene of the rock star’s suicide. The photos come from four recently discovered film rolls that were previously undeveloped.
Autumn Radtke, CEO of bitcoin exchange company First Meta, was found dead in her Singapore apartment last week; suicide is suspected. The death comes during a tumultuous week for bitcoin exchanges following the collapse of Mt. Gox in Japan.
In India, a farmer commits suicide every 30 minutes.
The failure to effectively and respectfully cover stories about transgender people has consequences. “A state of emergency.”
Sunanda Pushkar, the wife of prominent Indian politician Shashi Tharoor, was found dead in her hotel room, only days after an ugly Twitter scandal in which she accused a Pakistani journalist of stalking her husband.
Ned Vizzini, the author of It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Be More Chill, and many others, has died.
And it will live forever on the cover of the New York Post.
It didn’t always end happily ever after…
Speculation abounds as the museum begins to search for its fifth director since 2000.
Some are saying he was “bullied to death” by school administrators.
There are many crazy places in the world… Here are some of the freakiest.
Hours before shots were fired outside the Capitol, Jay Carney defended Obama for using “gun to the head” rhetoric throughout the shutdown debate — and pointed out that Ed Henry has used a similar metaphor.
Miller spoke about the struggles of hiding his sexuality at a Human Rights Campaign Dinner in Seattle Saturday evening.
Updated: The Ohio man who held three women captive and repeatedly raped them for nearly a decade was found hanged in his cell Tuesday night. Castro hanged himself with a bedsheet, according to the coroner.
The students have beaten back an attempt to get them to reveal documents and confidential sources, in a case that would have had ominous ramifications for high school journalists nationwide if it had gone to trial.
Bart Palosz spent his summer posting troubling statues on his Google Plus page. He took his own life Tuesday.
This is a devastating story.
In the aftermath of his son’s suicide, Rainer Klaus Reinscheid, 49, tried to set a park, a high school, and a vice principal’s house on fire. Last week he was sentenced to 14 years in prison for his arson attempts. Was he driven by grief or revenge?
The 26-year-old’s new show, Please Like Me, is a heartfelt, funny, and extremely awkward look at coming of age, coming out of the closet, and dealing with depression.
The magazine removed these images of models acting out the suicides of famous female authors from its website following the expected outrage.
Michael Jackson’s 15-year-old daughter was rushed to an L.A. hospital Wednesday after attempting to take her own life.
Her family blames her classmates for her death, but now some of them are questioning that narrative. What really happened the week before Audrie died?