"I learned some lessons about expressing myself maybe in a little more sophisticated manner."
GEORGE W. BUSH, during a press conference with visiting British Prime Minister Tony Blair, when asked what missteps he most regrets over the course of the war in Iraq. The U.S. President said that "tough talk"—phrases like "bring it on"—"sent the wrong signal to people"

"This is the most significant development so far in terms of public health." PETER CORDINGLEY, World Health Organization spokesperson, on a cluster of human bird-flu cases in a family in north Sumatra, Indonesia, which officials believe may...

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