Al Gore & Tipper Gore From weathering Tipper's battle with depression & Al's controversial 2000 presidential election defeat, the Gores have always maintained a united front. But after 40 years of marriage, the Washington power couple & parents of four announced their separation in June 2010. The former high school sweethearts said in a statement that it was "a mutual & mutually supportive decision that we have made together following a process of long & careful consideration."
Oskar Schindler requested to be buried in Jerusalem, stating "My Children Are Here." Stones placed on top of the grave are a sign of gratitude from Jewish visitors. His grave reads Oskar Schindler, Righteous Among the Nations.
On "Weekend Update," Norm Macdonald reports on Bob Dole's resignation from the Senate, Ted Kaczynski still being a virgin, Jack Kevorkian's first interview, O. Simpson's support for Marlon Brando and President Clinton and more.
An open letter to the Republican establishment leadership
Republicans Bob Dole and Jack Kemp are featured as they begin the campaign trail for the 1996 Presidential Election. They failed to unseat Democratic President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore.
It was expected that General Douglas MacArthur would seek the Republican presidential nomination in but as he was serving in Japan at the time he couldn’t campaign. Supporters submitted him in the Wisconsin primary, but he was never an official candidate.