Former Fox News host Glenn Beck once tried to buy Current TV, but the network created by Al Gore rejected the offer.He wrote, “Before Al-Jazeera bought Current TV, TheBlaze (Beck’s TV network) looked into buying it but we were rejected by progressive owners.”
Former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann is taking his fans over to Current TV, the public affairs channel run by former U.S. VP Al Gore.
Olbermann, who abruptly left his MSNBC show "Countdown" in January, will head up Current TV's editorial content as Chief News Officer and will host a one-hour prime-time show, Reuters reports.
The liberal anchor said it is "truly the most exciting venture in my career," adding that Current TV is in a position as favorable as any cable network he had joined.
The former Vice President called Olbermann's new position "enormously significant" and said the centerpiece of Olbermann's new show would be his "signature and intelligent commentary."
Olbermann's new show, which he says will be similar to "Countdown," is set to begin airing later this year.
The sexual assault case against former Vice President Al Gore has been dropped due to "lack of credible evidence," People.com reports.
The Portland, Oregon District of Attorney's office said a "sustainable criminal case does not exist" after looking into claims by Molly Hagerty, the massage therapist who alleged Gore had made "unwanted sexual contact" with her during a massage at his hotel in 2006.
Former Vice President Al Gore has reportedly been questioned by Portland police regarding a massage therapist's claims he sexually abused her in 2006.
The therapist, Molly Hagerty, came forward with her claim in 2008, two years after the incident took place. Officials initially dropped the case but have reopened the investigation.
The sexual assault charge against former Vice President Al Gore is melting as fast as an iceberg in a heat wave, again.
In a probing article by the Portland Tribune, Molly Hagerty, the masseuse who claims she was sexually molested by Gore in 2006, apparently kept the pair of pants she was wearing during the incident, with what she claims was a semen stain.
The Portland Police Bureau has made the decision to re-open the case regarding the allegations brought forward against Al Gore, announced per their Twitter account.
Molly Hagerty, the masseuse who claimed the former VP groped her during a session, is going public with her story AND finally her name with the National Enquirer, insisting she has a solid case, with DNA evidence, surveillance video and a witness.
The Portland Police Bureau has released the audiotaped interview with the massage therapist who claims former Vice President Al Gore groped her in 2006, AP reports.
Click here to download the audio recording.
Things have apparently taken a turn for the worse between Mel Gibson and his ex, Oksana Grigorieva, also the mother of his child. He has filed a restraining order against her. Read the full story at Radar Online.com.
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