South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu is withdrawing from a conference in Johannesburg to protest Tony Blair's attendance.
What if one small gift to your favorite charity could become dozens, hundreds or thousands?
Personal details about Tony Blair that appear online were apparently not hacked from the former British prime minister's computer systems, but from the email account of a former staffer.
Sir John Chilcot inquiry is likely to test Tony Blair on the legality of war in Iraq, as Robin Oakley reports.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has told the country's inquiry into the war in Iraq the world must continue to confront Islamic extremism.
Middle East envoy Tony Blair warns the peace process could be in serious trouble if talks don't resume soon.
If substantial talks don't begin soon between Israel and the Palestinians, all parties will face "profound trouble," the Middle East Quartet's special representative warned Tuesday.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been called to appear a second time before an independent board investigating the invasion of Iraq, the panel announced Wednesday.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair canceled a launch party for his new book in London Wednesday because of planned protests, his spokesman said.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has canceled a central London book-signing event for his new autobiography over concerns of the "inevitable hassle" that will be caused by protesters, his office said in a statement Monday.
Howard Kurtz breaks down the media's coverage of President Obama's Oval Office address with his panel.
As the United States ended its combat mission in Iraq, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, America's biggest ally at the outset of the war, said the decision to invade Iraq was a necessary one.
Police made a "small number" of arrests in Dublin where former British Prime Minister Tony Blair was due to sign copies of his autobiography Saturday, a spokesman for Ireland's national police service said.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair releases his memoirs. CNN's Robin Oakley reports.
Former U.S. President George W. Bush was a "true idealist" who displayed "genuine integrity and political courage," former British prime minister Tony Blair reveals in his memoirs.
In some ways, former British prime minister Tony Blair was Labour's most successful leader ever.
CNN's Phil Black reports on the anticipation and controversy surrounding the release of Tony Blair's memoir.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair writes in a book to be published Wednesday that he feels "anguish" about "the nightmare" that occurred after the U.S.-led overthrow of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, but defends the move, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Wounded veterans in Great Britain soon will be getting some financial support from their former prime minister, the Royal British Legion and Tony Blair announced Monday on both of their websites.
The monthlong sprint that is the British elections ended Thursday night with a hung parliament, meaning plenty of wrangling is still to be done before we know who will be the next prime minister.
Former British PM Tony Blair worries that flotilla crisis may be detracting from real worries in Gaza.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has expressed concern over Israel's policy towards Gaza following Monday's commando raid on an international flotilla carrying aid to the blockaded Palestinian territory.
CNN's Max Foster speaks with British Finance Minister Alistair Darling about PM Gordon Brown's decision to step down.
For any leader, facing the electorate after his party has been in power for 13 years would be tough. UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown though is fighting to stay in Downing Street in as bad a political climate as could be imagined.
CNN's Max Foster profiles British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on the eve of elections that could cost him his job.
The Mideast Quartet meets in Russia for talks on the Middle East peace process. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.
Israel refuses to reverse its decision to build new homes in largely Arab East Jerusalem, but it is offering measures to kick-start the peace process, Middle East envoy Tony Blair told CNN on Friday.
In the shadow of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament and surrounded in all directions by monuments to the British establishment, protesters called Friday for Tony Blair to face war crimes charges as the former prime minister gave evidence to the Iraq inquiry.
British Parliament Member George Galloway reacts to Tony Blair's testimony at the Iraq War Inquiry.
Former British prime minister Tony Blair on Friday rejected claims that he had struck a secret deal with U.S. President George W. Bush in 2002 pledging British backing for the invasion of Iraq.
Almost seven years since British troops took part in the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, former prime minister Tony Blair faced public scrutiny on Friday over the decision-making process that led to the UK's involvement in the conflict.
It is not uncommon to see people snoozing in the public gallery of Britain's Iraq Inquiry. The sessions are long. There is lots of detail. Everyone speaks softly and are unfailingly polite.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's one-time media adviser said a 2002 intelligence document that claimed Iraq could launch weapons of mass destruction within 45 minutes was not "sexed up" to exaggerate the case for war.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair says he would have taken the decision to remove Saddam Hussein even without evidence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
By confessing that he would still have joined the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq even if he had known Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has whooshed himself straight back into the headlines.
Faced with a choice for its new president between the traffic-stopping Tony Blair and a capable but little-known Belgian, the EU's 27 leaders settled on Herman Van Rompuy, a man who would scarcely stop two mothers with strollers outside his own country.
Talks between the Israelis and Palestinians must be "credible" in order to achieve peace in the region and unlock the economic potential of a future Palestinian state, British leader-turned-Mideast envoy Tony Blair said Tuesday.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair tells CNN's Christiane Amanpour mideast peace talks will resume soon.
Speaking in China, former UK prime minister Tony Blair on how the world can meet it's climate responsibilities.
Two years since he stood down as prime minister of the UK, time away from frontline politics has not softened Tony Blair.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will be called before an inquiry into the country's role in the Iraq war, its chairman said during the opening Thursday.
Former British prime minister Tony Blair said Friday he was "not concerned" by a ruling that details of cabinet meetings in the run-up to the Iraq war should be made public and told CNN the release of the minutes was a decision for the current government.
U.S. President-elect Barack Obama has "a tremendous opportunity" to help negotiate an Israeli-Palestinian peace plan that could help "empower the forces of ... moderation in the Islamic world," former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Sunday.
Ahead of next week's G8 summit in Japan, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair calls for a united front against global warming
CNN's John Defterios caught up with Tony Blair in Bethlehem and asked him whether the Palestinian Territories can have a prospering economy without political stability.
Can religion help solve the world's many conflicts? Britain's former Prime Minister thinks so
Tony Blair considered not running for a third term as British prime minister but his wife and others persuaded him it would be seen as an admission that he had been wrong about the Iraq war, she says in her newly published autobiography
It could be argued when Tony Blair left the office of Prime Minister in June, his parting from the public stage was mourned by few but chief among those mourners were Britain's satirists. The characteristics of the Blair government with its emphasis on spin and sound bites created a wealth of material for top British satirist Craig Brown.
CNN's Becky Anderson searches the comedy clubs of the UK for a definition of Satire.
If Tony Blair is considering running for EU president, he may find the going tough if his weekend sojourn in France is anything to go by
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair takes a job advising executives at JPMorgan. CNN's Linzie Janis reports
ITN's Libby Weiner reports on former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's conversion to Catholicism.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said the world must not be "forced into retreat" against Islamic terrorists as it faced a situation similar to the Nazi threat before World War II.
The former British leader's only chance of easing tensions may be to chart a different course than Washington would like
Tony Blair, who barely two weeks ago handed over the reigns of power as Britain's prime minister to Gordon Brown, is planning a surprise visit to Allen & Co.'s annual media mogulfest at this mountain playground later in the week, Fortune has learned.
Brown's government tried to present a face of calm during the terror threats. Jacqui Smith proved that boring isn't always bad
Analysis: As Middle East peace envoy, the outgoing British PM may find the situation even more daunting than he expects
Uncomfortable political allies for more than a decade, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown's rivalry continued in the pages of the British press on Thursday with many papers unsure whether to weight their coverage towards the outgoing or incoming prime minister.
Frenetic choreography occurs as Brown prepares to be Prime Minister and Blair gets set to be Mideast peace envoy
Israeli military strikes have killed 10 Palestinians, including seven in northern Gaza and three in southern Gaza, Palestinian security sources say.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been appointed special envoy to the Middle East, a statement for the the Quartet of Mideast peace mediators has confirmed.
Gordon Brown is the UK's new prime minister after replacing the outgoing Tony Blair on Wednesday.
When Tony Blair strode across a Manchester stage on Sunday June 24 and declared, "the new leader of the Labour Party, Gordon Brown," it was the moment his Downing Street neighbor had been waiting for, with growing impatience, for 13 years.
Tony Blair will become an envoy for Mideast peace, U.S. officials said Tuesday, Blair's last full day as Britain's prime minister.
The Bush administration wants British Prime Minister Tony Blair to be a Middle East peace envoy when he leaves office next week, senior U.S. officials said.
Gordon Brown has launched his campaign to be Britain's next prime minister, a day after Tony Blair announced he would stand down in June. Earlier, Blair delivered a ringing endorsement of Brown, who has served as his finance minister since 1997.
On a heady night in May 1997, a boyish Tony Blair -- triumphant and smiling -- greeted his giddy, flag-waving supporters, as the catchy pop tune "Things Can Only Get Better" played in the background.
Tony Blair announced Thursday he would step down as Labour Party leader and British prime minister, defending his record during his decade in power, but adding "my apologies to you for the times I've fallen short."
Having won three successive elections, and served as the British Prime Minister for the last 10 years, Tony Blair is bringing an end to his time in office.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair met with his Cabinet Thursday morning ahead of an expected midday announcement that he will stand down as Labour Party leader and prime minister after a decade in power.
All political careers, it is said, end in tears. Tony Blair leaves office with his reputation clouded by the disastrous outcome of the Iraq war and the "Cash for Honors" scandal, which could yet see some of those close to him charged with criminal offences. A decade on, historians may take a kinder view.
Prime Minister Tony Blair led his beleaguered Labour Party into electoral combat for the final time Thursday in local and regional elections that, amid his unpopularity, could put Scotland on the road toward independence from the rest of Britain.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Wednesday announced plans for the imminent withdrawal of around 1,600 of his country's troops from Iraq.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair will order nearly half the British troops in Iraq home by the end of 2007, British news outlets reported early Wednesday.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair has refused to step down before police finish a political corruption probe into his party, despite fears the investigation is damaging his party.
British police have questioned UK Prime Minister Tony Blair for a second time as part of an investigation into political party funding, his spokesman says.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair says it will take a generation to defeat what has emerged as a global movement of fundamentalist Muslim terrorists, a movement he described as "something more akin to revolutionary communism in its early and most militant phase."
British Prime Minister Tony Blair will speak out against the execution of Saddam Hussein, calling the way it was carried out "completely wrong," officials at Downing Street told CNN.
The National Transportation Safety Board on Wednesday said it was investigating what led a British Airways Boeing 747 with British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his family on board to taxi beyond the runway at Miami International Airport.
A Boeing 747 carrying British Prime Minister Tony Blair missed a turn after landing and struck runway lights Tuesday at Miami International Airport, a Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman said.
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday criticized a decision by the European Union this week to freeze talks on his country's entry into the union, saying it was "very unfair."
British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been questioned by police in connection with a political fundraising scandal, his spokesperson said.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair provoked a storm Saturday after apparently admitting that the invasion of Iraq by the United States and Britain was "a disaster."
British Prime Minister Tony Blair says he is in full agreement with comments his army chief made in a newspaper interview about British troop deployments in Iraq.
A man armed with a knife was arrested after climbing a fence behind British Prime Minister Tony Blair's London residence at 10 Downing Street, police said Monday.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair has addressed the Labour Party for the last time as its leader, saying "it's the right time to go" and calling on members to continue the reforms of the past decade in order to win a fourth term in government.
Nearly a month after the United Nations brokered a cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah militants, British Prime Minister Tony Blair offered "sympathy and solidarity" to his Israeli counterpart Saturday for leading his country during difficult times.
The international community should restore contacts with a future Palestinian unity government if it breaks with the current policies of the Hamas-led administration, British Prime Minister Tony Blair said on Sunday.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair is expected to visit the Middle East this weekend with an eye on offering ideas for a comprehensive peace, sources told CNN.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair has announced he will leave office within a year. We asked for your verdict on his years in power and his legacy. The following are a selection of your replies, some of which have been edited.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair says he will resign from office within a year, but has refused to set a date for his departure.
Trying to quell politically damaging turmoil snowballing within the ranks of his own Labor Party, British Prime Minister Tony Blair is expected to announce Thursday that he will leave office within a year.
The acrimonious row over the timing of the departure from office of British Prime Minister Tony Blair has grown with the resignation of a dissident minister and six ministerial aides.
The eldest son of Tony Blair has left a hospital in Barbados where he was being treated for stomach pains, the British prime minister's office said Friday.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair will delay the start of his holiday to work on a U.N. deal for a cease-fire in Lebanon, his office says.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair said on Thursday he was "hopeful" that the United Nations Security Council would agree a resolution implementing a cease-fire in the Middle East within the next few days.
The conflict in the Middle East, as well as others involving Muslim extremists, revolve around "modernization within Islam" and whether the Western system of values can "beat theirs," British Prime Minister Tony Blair said in a speech Tuesday.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Monday he hoped a peace plan to secure a cease-fire in Lebanon would emerge in the next few days.
U.S. President George W. Bush and British PM Tony Blair have laughed off the moment when their unguarded comments were broadcast to the world on a live microphone at the G8 summit in St. Petersburg.
An open microphone caught President Bush in an unguarded moment Monday as the escalating crisis in the Middle East prompted him to use an expletive in a conversation with British Prime Minister Tony Blair.