"The new cards should help restore confidence in the Social Security system."
—Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-N.Y.), on proposals to force every American to pay as much as $38 to obtain a new, "tamper-resistant" Social Security card.
Mary Tillotson interviewing Ann Moore, president of People magazine, on CNN & Company two days after the death of Princess Diana:
Tillotson: How will [Princess Diana] long-term be remembered, do you think?
Moore: I think long-term, she'll be remembered as one of the bigger risk takers of our time….And part of her appeal was not that she showed us being a fairy princess wasn't all that it [was] cracked up to be, but we admired the fact that she was way out there on the edge.
Tillotson: And a survivor.
Moore: She was a survivor, and we love that.
"Farm Aid founder Willie Nelson explained that technically the concert hadn't been canceled, it's just that the musicians are participating in a new government incentive program that pays them 'not to play.'"
—Craig Kilborn on Comedy Central's The Daily Show, September 23