I'd rather work with someone who's good at their job but doesn't like me, than someone who likes me but is a ninny.
News conferences are the only chance the American public has to see Ronald Reagan use his mind.
Call me a braggart, call me arrogant. People at ABC (and elsewhere) have called me worse. But when you need the job done on deadline, you'll call me.
The questions don't do the damage. Only the answers do.
We understand the investigation is continuing, and we have been asked by authorities not to comment further at this time.
Women couldn't be on television, ... They could bring you coffee or something. She's so dumb she didn't know that.
I saw a large, red dried swath that I immediately identified clearly as blood. I covered the war in Vietnam. I saw a lot of it [blood] there.
He can take a story, compress it into nine or 10 words, and have a greater clarity and punch then when I write two paragraphs.
My wife, Jan, and I are shocked by the apparent triple homicide that took place on our ranch in Hondo, New Mexico, sometime over the Fourth of July weekend while we were away in Santa Fe
As I went to college, I went into radio and television. Now I suppose most people think that's one step ahead of basket weaving as a major in college, but it was part of the journalism department.
I don't know many people, if any, who have had some straight line toward success. I mean, they start here, they work hard, they've got what it takes, and they just go straight to the top over some number of years. Most people get a little failure.
It wasn't until the late '70s that a lot of people knew me.
There was a little bit of ham in me. And there's a lot of people say there's a lot of ham in me.
I didn't come east of the Mississippi for the first time in my life until I was 26 years of age, but I knew. I read magazines, I listened to radio, I watched television. I knew there was something out there, and I wanted a part of it.
But in 1941, on December 8th, after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, my mother bought a radio and we listened to the war news. We'd not had a radio up to that time. I was born in 1934, so I was seven years of age.