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Al Gore with Wired magazine editor Chris Anderson.Laurie David, ex-wife of Hollywood sitcom king Larry David (Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm), denied yesterday's reports that she was having an affair with former Vice President Al Gore -- a relationship said to be the root of Gore's split with ... More >>
Fear and loathing in Florida as HBO re-creates the Bush-Gore fight over butterfly ballots and hanging chads
Born to lose
Filmmakers unleash a new kind of scary movie
25 minutes with Al Gore
Could Al Gore really be the cure?
Bush and Kerry’s Soft Spots
The former VP buys himself a global audience
The former veep breaks loose, and Democrats (some of ’em) act like (gasp!) an opposition party
Democrats clamber onto the tank on Iraq
That tax-cut vote is looking mighty bad
Stupid George loses more votes
Here comes the Democratic majority (both nationally and in L.A.)
A letter from West Palm Beach
Down among teens. Up among presidential candidates.
On the centrality of cows to W.’s plurality and the GOP’s prospects
W. on the verge of power, America at the edge of the abyss
Why Cornel West, Barbara Ehrenreich, Alexander Cockburn, Katha Pollitt and others are voting for Ralph Nader . . .And why Todd Gitlin, Ishmael Reed, Arlie Hochschild, Robert Scheer and others are not
Why a vote for Nader will weaken, not build, the progressive movement
Why can’t Al Gore stop whining about Nader’s candidacy and listen to what he’s saying?
The days, and the electoral votes, dwindle down
Government’s not the problem; it’s Gore (but not as much as before)
Al Gore's search for normality
Why the numbers racket beats the vision thing
How Al Gore figured out what this election is about. How W. didn’t
Why the New Al Gore sounds like a populist
Can the world’s oldest continuous political party regain its majority? Its activists? Its purpose?
China cracks the Democrats
U’wa’s next stop — Democratic Convention
Campaign-finance reform? Wuzzat?
Silence on Colombia’s oil-drilling showdown irks environmentalists
Why last week’s electorate does not portend the future of California politics
The presidential hopefuls – and hopeless – do L.A.
Labor dreams of Gore busting free of Clinton
How Bill Bradley Learned to be a Principled Liberal, but not how to Campaign, and how Al Gore Learned to be a Terrific Campaigner, while Trashing his Party's Historic Principles.
Labor endorses Gore — for John Sweeney’s sake
For Mr. Beatty on the eve of his announcing — well, something
Al is tight. Bill is loose. That’s it.
What the administration's antitrust crusade against Microsoft means for Al Gore on the stump
American liberalism at century's end