At a climate training conference in Johannesburg, former US vice-president Al Gore has given an overview of how humans are driving climate change.
The former US vice-president Al Gore faces a reopened police investigation into allegations that he groped a massage therapist in hotel.
Former United States vice-president Al Gore has taken aim at sceptics who doubt the reality of human-caused climate change.
Barack Obama is leading a "significant" change in US policy towards global warming, Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore says.
A Bill to fight climate change currently before the US Congress "is a good start", Nobel laureate and environment champion Al Gore said on Friday.
After a year in which it nearly lost its compass, the campaign against climate change heads into 2009 needing top-level political commitment.
A UN conference made progress on Friday towards agreeing a fund to help poor nations cope with the impacts of climate change.
The financial crisis ended the Palin circus but the Democratic presidential candidate must buck up his ideas to exploit McCain's weak point.
An America that disdains Obama for his global support risks turning current anti-Bush feeling into something far worse.
It is clear that speech-making abilities in the Obama family are not restricted to Barack Obama.
With startling chutzpah, Republicans are again casting the opponent as out of touch. Democrats shouldn't play the game.
Former United States vice-president Al Gore pledged on Monday to do all he could to help Barack Obama win the White House.
It looked like yet another jubilant Barack Obama rally. The cavernous Indiana University sports hall in Bloomington jammed with thousands of supporters who stood in their seats and cheered deafeningly loudly. Ever since Obama launched his bid to become America's first ever black President 15 months ago, hundreds of cities and towns have seen the same huge rallies.
Funny, isn't it, how we have come this far in the United States election campaign, reaching the milestone of results from 24 states in the early hours of Wednesday morning, and still a mystery remains. What, exactly, do these warring candidates stand for?
Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama will have no time to pause after yesterday's Super Tuesday performances before they head off into a fresh 72-hour marathon of coast-to-coast contests. Seven states are at stake, worth 467 delegates, almost a quarter of the 2 025 delegates needed for eventual victory.