Hundreds of music stars are expected to perform at the Live Earth concert over the weekend, which is set to draw attention to the world's environmental problems. A Rolling Stone editor discusses the cultural impact of the show.
Former Vice President Al Gore speaks with Gwen Ifill about his new book, "The Assault on Reason," which criticizes the Bush administration and the diminishing role of logic in America, among other issues.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Campaigns continued to release fund-raising totals Monday when former Massachusetts Republican Gov. Mitt Romney joined Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., as the only other candidate to announce first-quarter totals that topped the $20 million mark.
Former Vice President Al Gore returned to Capitol Hill Wednesday to testify about global climate change. Gore told a congressional panel that global warming is "a true planetary emergency" and urged Congress to take action. The NewsHour presents excerpts of…
As various groups push to raise awareness of the adverse effects of global warming and energy prices continue to rise, companies are advertising greener, cleaner products that may cost a little more.
Former Vice President and presidential contender Al Gore is back in the limelight with a newly released documentary on global warming. Following a background report on his re-emeregence on the public stage, a reporter and his former chief of staff…
Former Vice President Al Gore endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean Tuesday during an appearance with the former Vermont governor in Harlem.
Following weeks of talk show appearances and what many had thought was a re-emergence on the national political scene, former Vice President Al Gore announced Sunday he would not run for president in 2004.
By News Desk
More than three months after Democrat Al Gore conceded the contested 2000 election, an independent hand recount of Florida's ballots released Tuesday says he would have lost anyway, even if officials would have allowed the hand count he requested.
An independent study shows former Vice President Al Gore would have picked up only a handful of votes in Florida's Miami-Dade County if officials had gone through with the hand count of presidential votes he'd requested.
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