Morning Buzz: Dec. 10, 2007

Former Vice President Al Gore received the Nobel Peace Prize he shares with the U.N. climate panel this morning in Oslo. In accepting the prize, he warned of the "mutually assured destruction" climate change would cause.

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Former Vice President Al Gore received the Nobel Peace Prize he shares with the U.N. climate panel this morning in Oslo. In accepting the prize, he warned of the "mutually assured destruction" climate change would cause.

Police in Colorado are investigating two deadly shootings that occurred just 12 hours and 65 miles apart at two Christian community centers. Five people, including a gunman, died in shootings at a megachurch in Colorado Springs founded by disgraced evangelist Ted Haggard and at a missionary center in the Denver suburbs. Police believe the two incidents are connected.

With Russian presidential elections only a few months away, many have wondered whom President Vladimir Putin would support as his successor. Today he revealed he would place his support behind first Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev when Russians go to the polls on March 2.