The former vice president won't be charged due to "lack of credible evidence," prosecutors say
Former Vice President Al Gore will not face prosecution on an allegation of sexual assault from 2006.
Detectives interview former Vice President Al Gore about allegations he sexually abused a masseuse
Though separated, Al and Tipper Gore are a united front against allegations
Police in Portland, Oregon, say they reopened their investigation into a massage therapist's allegation that former Vice President Al Gore had "unwanted sexual contact" with her in 2006 because of procedural issues.
CNN's Joe Johns has more on a massage therapist's accusations against former Vice President Al Gore.
"Further investigation into this matter will only benefit Mr. Gore," says a family spokesperson
Anderson Cooper digs deeper into an investigation of Al Gore, who was accused of "unwanted sexual contact" in 2006.
Police in Portland, Oregon, say they have reopened their investigation into a massage therapist's allegation that former Vice President Al Gore had "unwanted sexual contact" with her in 2006, a police spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Oregon authorities said Wednesday that a woman accused former Vice President Al Gore of "unwanted sexual contact" in connection with a 2006 encounter, but no charges resulted because detectives could not substantiate her claim.
Al and Tipper Gore's eldest daughter is separated from her husband and seeking marriage counseling
Former U.S. President Al Gore on the climate summit in Copenhagen and the conflicts its spawned.
Al Gore has played down the significance of the row over a leaked document which has caused a rift between rich and poor countries at the U.N. climate summit in Copenhagen.
Hacked e-mails from top environmental researchers, which appear to question whether humans influence climate, have been misunderstood, former Vice President Al Gore said Wednesday.
Former Vice President Al Gore gives his take on leaked climate change e-mails.
Former Vice President Al Gore testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on global warming.
Suggesting that the planet will soon reach an irreversible "tipping point" of damage to the climate, former Vice President Al Gore told members of Congress on Wednesday that the United States needs to join international talks on a treaty.
Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore is expected to tell a Senate panel on Wednesday that the United States needs to provide leadership on the world stage in tackling climate change, a Senate aide said.
Former vice president and environmental campaigner Al Gore has urged young people to protest against new coal-fired power plants that don't use carbon capture and storage technology.
Al Gore addresses the Democratic National Convention in Denver.
Former Vice President Al Gore spoke Thursday night at the Democratic National Convention events at Invesco Field in Denver, Colorado.
Former Vice President Al Gore criticized John McCain, the Republican candidate for president, on Thursday, playing on his reputation as an environmental activist.
The United States should be making all of its electricity with renewable and carbon-free energy in 10 years, former Vice President Al Gore said Thursday.
Former Vice President Al Gore outlines his plan to solve America's energy crisis.
The global-warming guru says Americans must replace fossil-fuel power plants with renewable energy within 10 years. But can this "moral and spiritual challenge" be met?
CNN's Mark Preston talks about Gore's endorsement of Obama, and why Bush is talking about his brother as president.
We all want to live in a world that's clean, healthy and prosperous.
CNN's Susan Candiotti reports on the accuracy of an HBO movie on the 2000 election recount.
It's lunchtime on Sand Hill Road, and Al Gore wants answers. "How does the efficiency decline with latitude?" he asks. "What size community could be served by one plant? If a manufacturer like GE wanted to make smaller turbines, would the technology support a smaller scale?"
"I am not just a noise polluter, I am a noise-polluting, diesel-soaking, gulfstream-flying rock star."
Al Gore electrifies the audience at the climate change summit by criticizing his own country's intransigence on the issue
Al Gore makes remarks after receiving the Noble Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway.
Al Gore praised Japan and Europe -- but chided the U.S. and China -- for their efforts to combat climate change, "a planetary emergency" at which the former U.S. vice president took aim Monday as he accepted the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.
Hundreds gather in Manila, Philippines, to support the global day of action against climate change.
Sharing the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize helps underscore the urgency of the climate crisis, said former Vice President Al Gore on Friday.
Former Vice President Al Gore calls global climate change a 'truly is a planetary emergency'.
Political analysts expect that Al Gore's Nobel Peace Prize win will increase the pressure on him to run for president.
A liberal group asking Al Gore to join the presidential race ups the ante with a New York Times ad. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.
Al Gore may have just won the Nobel Peace Prize, but some of his ideas are under fire in the British court system
Some wonder why a peace prize should go to an environmentalist. But the choice is both fitting and important
Whether it's for national security reasons or to protect the environment, nearly everyone agrees the nation should use energy more efficiently.
As a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Al Gore now comes under heavy pressure to launch a presidential bid
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and former U.S. Vice President Al Gore won the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize Friday "for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change."
Whether it's for national security reasons or to protect the environment, nearly everyone agrees the nation should use energy more efficiently.
Will Al Gore add a Nobel Peace Prize to his Oscar and Emmy honors?
You can become a part of the fight against global warming. Former Vice President Al Gore shares the five things you can buy now that will help solve the climate crisis -- and save you a few bucks! Plus, more of his easy going green tips!
Research aimed at disputing the scientific consensus on global warming is part of a huge public misinformation campaign funded by some of the world's largest carbon polluters, former Vice President Al Gore said Tuesday.
Former Vice President Al Gore said he has "fallen out of love with politics" and has no intentions of running for office again.
Gore on a different campaign
The son of former Vice President Al Gore was charged Friday with speeding and illegal possession of marijuana and prescription drugs, according to the Orange County District Attorney's Office.
The youngest of Al Gore's three daughters, Sarah Gore, 28, married businessman Bill Lee in Beverly Hills on Saturday, family spokesperson Kalee Kreider confirms to PEOPLE.
Former Vice President Al Gore said Thursday he's glad his son is safe and getting treatment a day after the 24-year-old was arrested in California on drup suspicion
Al Gore's son arrested
Former Vice President Al Gore's son is getting treatment after his arrest on suspicion of drug possession, according to a Gore spokesman.
Al Gore's son was pulled over for speeding on a California freeway early Wednesday and arrested on suspicion of possessing marijuana and prescription drugs
More than 150 acts -- including Madonna, The Police, and The Black Eyed Peas -- are on board for the Live Earth concerts planned around the world on July 7, organizers have announced.
Al Gore has not been running for president in 2008, and he says he doesn't plan to run for president in 2008.
Is the Virginia Tech tragedy likely to put gun control on the political agenda? Don't bet on it. In recent years, gun control has been an issue most politicians prefer to stay away from.
The 80-year-old John Dingell is no Ellen DeGeneres. Still, Al Gore came to Capitol Hill this morning determined to deliver an Oscar-level performance before the Detroit congressman's joint committee session.
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton continues to lead the pack of Democratic presidential hopefuls, according to a new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll released Wednesday.
Sure, the White House slipped from former Vice President Al Gore's grasp, but how many politicians end up on stage at Oscar night?
We've seen plenty of political moments at the Oscars before. But on Sunday, we could see the most unusual political moment ever.
Can shareholder power be mobilized to deal with the threat of climate change?
Eco-consciousness appears to be hitting the mainstream. For years, it was only the truly committed, the painfully hip and the guiltily ashamed who were willing to stand up in public and say they were willing to do something for the environment.
Al Gore used to joke that it was easy to pick him out in a roomful of Secret Service agents: He was the stiff one. So he was the first to say how surreal it was to find himself the toast of Cannes last week. Over two days at the celebrated film festival, the former Vice President conducted what he figures were 48 interviews, many of them roundtable sessions, to accommodate the kind of interest that entertainment reporters usually bestow on people named Halle and Beyoncé. And then there was that encounter with Hugh Jackman, the Australian heartthrob whose expected summer blockbuster, X-Men: The Last Stand, was set to open in some 16,000 theaters around the world. "It was just a random comment, and here's how I remember it -- Hugh Jackman saying, 'Well, I look forward to your movie,'" Gore told TIME with a lusty chortle. "And I thought to myself, Oooo-kay."
Conservatives love to bash the 1960s, but when you think about it, the ones who should really be distancing themselves from that activist decade are those who seek to warn us about the perils of global warming.
Good day Mr. and Mrs. America and all the blips on screen. In the dot-dot-dot spirit of Walter Winchell, Herb Caen, Furman Bisher and CNN's Larry King (in his USA Today column-writing days), a few random notes from the entertainment desk:
How can anyone living through today's bizarre and mutable weather not be concerned about global warming?
AT FIRST BLUSH, THE IDEA OF AL GORE getting into the cable business makes about as much sense as Eliot Spitzer hanging out his shingle on Wall Street. In order to make a success of Current, his new...
This year, for the first time, webloggers were credentialed to cover a national political convention. In addition to the bloggers posting from Boston at the Democratic National Convention, there were dozens of other voices -- on all sides of the political spectrum -- blogging on what they heard and saw in Boston.
Former Vice President Al Gore reminded delegates at the Democratic National Convention of the power of one person, one vote.
Sen. John Kerry's campaign team can be pretty happy with the first day of the Democratic convention, which arguably marks the start of the presidential election's final stretch.
Former Vice President Al Gore accused the Bush administration Thursday of misleading the American people by claiming a strong connection between Saddam Hussein and the terror group al Qaeda.
Al Gore lashed out at his rival from the 2000 election Wednesday: "How dare they subject us to such dishonor and disgrace! How dare they drag the good name of the United States of America through the mud of Saddam Hussein's torture prison."
A company headed by former Vice President Al Gore has bought a cable television network with the vision of remaking it into a network aimed at young adults, the group announced Tuesday.
Former Vice President Al Gore announced Wednesday he's donating about $6 million in leftover campaign funds to aid Sen. John Kerry's White House bid and Democratic congressional candidates.
From Wolf Blitzer Reports' Brian Todd in Washington:
You no doubt remember the headlines a few weeks back: AL GORE TO BECOME VICE CHAIRMAN OF L.A.-BASED INVESTMENT FIRM. But if you read the stories, they really didn't tell you much. Stuff like, "Gore...
Here are three words you rarely hear in the nation's capital: I don't know. The experts, pundits, and Beltway blabbermouths are often wrong but seldom uncertain. This year is different. Election 20...
If small-business owners are the heroes of the new economy, they have also been the darlings of the presidential candidates. Both Vice President Al Gore and Texas Governor George W. Bush have gone ...
If small business owners are the heroes of the new economy, they're also the darlings of the presidential candidates. Both Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush have gone out of thei...
Top executives of the nation's most prominent Internet and e-commerce companies prefer Al Gore over George W. Bush as the next President. That's the chief and most surprising conclusion of a new FO...
Yet that's what Al Gore, George W. Bush, and, yes, Pat Buchanan and Ralph Nader have to do. They also have to lose themselves in a much more public fantasy: the quadrennial odyssey of the president...
Al Gore is making the L-word respectable again. Everywhere he goes, he advocates government activism of a kind that's been out of favor since Michael Dukakis was tarred as a liberal and lost the 19...
Candidates usually get heartburn at talk of reforming Social Security, historically known as the "third rail" of U.S. politics: Touch it, and you're toast. But this election season the demands of a...
Nobody's been thinking much about Congress lately. All eyes have been on the presidential contest, and rightly so. With Al Gore's wise choice of Senator Joseph Lieberman as his running mate, and Go...
For months it looked as if the presidential election was a contest between Dull and Duller. Not anymore. The national conventions made it clear that Al Gore and George W. Bush aren't Frick and Frac...
What is Big Labor expecting for the millions that it is pouring into Al Gore's presidential campaign? Not a whole lot.
There's a lot of talk that the election will be won in the battleground states of the Rustbelt and the Midwest: Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Ohio. That may be true, but keep your eye on the South. A...
Washington pundits act as if they know who will end up in the White House. But picking the winner isn't as easy as they make it out to be; it's a complicated and capricious process. Some advice to ...
There's no point in denying it: Repealing the estate tax would benefit the superrich. They've got a lot of money, and any plan to get rid of a tax that just about everyone concedes is wrong--short ...
Common sense says that a growing economy during a presidential election year ought to favor the party in power. Professor Patrick Lynch of Georgetown University has studied the relationship between...
All right, already. We know that Al Gore has a problem with reinvention. Every time we turn around, he's somebody new. One day he's a slasher, the next day he's a softie. Sometimes he looks like Re...
The nation's 25 million small business owners had better pay attention this presidential election year: The campaign features a raft of issues affecting their businesses' pocketbooks. Some, like th...
It doesn't happen often, but this presidential election year features a raft of fiscal issues affecting small businesses. Some, like the minimum wage, are perennials; others, like Internet taxes, a...
Vice President Al Gore's visit to a Buddhist temple near Los Angeles in 1996 is the very symbol of campaign-finance chicanery, particularly illegal contributions from Asia. Gore tried to distance h...
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