"It couldn’t be avoided." Laurie and Larry split in 2007 after reports that she was cheating with the caretaker of their summer home in Martha's Vineyard. [ Karenna Gore Schiff, the oldest daughter of Al and Tipper Gore, has separated from her husband of 13 years, Dr. Al and Tipper just announced their own separation after 40 years of marriage last week.
Karenna, 36, and Andrew married in 1997 and they have 3 children together. ["We are announcing today that after a great deal of thought and discussion, we have decided to separate.
The last question relates to former Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards who is facing indictment by a federal grand jury on charges of breaking campaign finance laws.
The PRMC was very successful in its aims, and was responsible for the adoption of consumer warning labels on musical recordings with violent or explicit lyrics.
She also acted as an advisor and was a part of decisions including the hiring of Tony Coelho as chairman of the campaign and moving its headquarters to Nashville.
In 2014, she created an exhibition of her photographs at the Wall Space Gallery to support the Pacific Pride Foundation that provides services to the HIV/AIDS and LGBT communities of Santa Barbara, California.
and she was actively involved in her husband's presidential campaign in 2000, making her own campaign stops and media appearances.Stealers Wheel’s “Stuck in the Middle With You.” Per Vulture, he also danced to Prince’s “Kiss” and “Grove Is in the Heart” by Deee-Lite. Al Gore, and his wife of forty-plus-years, Tipper, have been divorced for a over two years, but they still have plenty of love in their lives… A source close to the couple confesses the 64-year-old former VP is hooking up with a 53-year-old environmental activist Elizabeth Keadle, and Tipper, who is 63, is with 71-year-old former National Geographic editor Bill Allen. Though accusations of sexual assault would be a good reason for a split, the source swears that none of these lies are the reason for their impending divorce.and his first wife, Margaret Ann (née Carlson) Odom (who lost her first husband during World War II). When Al Gore began attending Harvard University, she enrolled in Garland Junior College (now part of Simmons College) and later transferred to Boston University, receiving her B. criticized the group, arguing that it was a form of censorship.She was given the nickname "Tipper" by her mother, from a lullaby her mother had heard. Her mother and grandmother raised her after her parents divorced. In response, NPR further stated that according to Gore, she "wasn't out to censor the objectionable material" and quoted her as stating that she is "a strong believer in the First Amendment" who is calling for greater "consumer information in the marketplace." Along with her work in mental health, Gore was a part of several other initiatives during her time as Second Lady.