We're way overdue on a woman sitting in one of those Big Three chairs.
Mr. Gonzales ... ?
On World News Tonight , one of the most powerful men in Washington indicted in a campaign finance scheme. He calls it a political witch-hunt. Tonight, the implications for the Republican Party and the President.
Congressman DeLay is the single most powerful member of Congress. This has got to affect the Republican Party.
[Douglas told a New York Daily News columnist that his report of a Douglas-Dowd relationship] got me in so much trouble ... graciously sidestepped the issue entirely.
I'm very thankful. The generosity is overwhelming. It's good to see there are people willing to help.
It provides an opportunity for viewers to see a more in-depth coverage of the story and a more personal coverage of the story. It makes us better anchors to be out in the field reporting on a regular basis.
This is not something you just sort of go, 'Oh, got carjacked and shot, all right, move on,' ... You don't just move on.
The indictment today has big implications for the Republican Party and the President. And ABC's George Stephanopoulos joins us. George, Mr. Delay says he's the victim of a, quote, 'political witch-hunt,' by a, quote, 'partisan fanatic.' Is any part of that true?
I'm praying we don't go to war with Iraq. If we do, I may have to go back to work earlier.
I worked in three local news markets and in every single one of them, they said: 'You're a lousy anchor. We would love to renew your contract and have you be our lead reporter here, but we're not going to have you anchor.
I think there's nothing better in the world than a spirited discussion about the Bible and Jesus and God and the Catholic faith, or the Jewish faith, or the Muslim faith - any religion.
You know, guys, it is possible for two women to work together and get along.