I am sensitive to the value of faith and religion and spirituality in people's lives because I'm a journalist.
I think Chris Matthews is a very bright guy. I'd listen to him even if he didn't shout at people.
I think you can be cynical about religion on occasion, and certainly skeptical about the degree to which some people use religion to manipulate other people.
I'm not a slave to objectivity. I'm never quite sure what it means. And it means different things to different people.
Some people continue to pretend that anchor people are reporters.
Al Gore has dedicated his life to detail. George W. Bush has not. He's the first to admit it.
Have a sense of humor about life - you will need it. And be courteous.
I think I am very mainstream - I'm committed to good works in my life.
The one thing that I have done really well in my life is be a father.
I have never spent a day in my adult life where I didn't learn something, and if there is a born-again quality to me, that's it.
Senator Albert Gore Sr. was one of the first outspoken critics of the Vietnam War.
Do I think I was put here on earth to be a journalist and to seek truth? No, I don't.
I've always shied away from conventional wisdom, though I know the power of it.
We have been through a period where we see power leaching away from Washington. Who is more important in the world today: Bill Clinton or Bill Gates? I don't know.
On 9/11, those of us who do the jobs that I do, flew without a net for hour and hour and hour after end. And then you hope and pray that you've had the experience to be up to it. Because then you're editor, analyst, reporter, correspondent, ringmaster, the whole thing.