"They were using very traditional business principles. To take those skills and turn it into this kind of illegal enterprise is very distressing." — Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman on two prep school students accused of running a drug ring.
"When I see there are American citizens who don't have access to health care because they can't pay for it, I figure that I'll have even less of a chance to have access to health services. It's very sad." — Jose Diaz, a 67-year-old day laborer in Pomona, Calif., who came to the U.S. illegally from Mexico City nearly a decade ago.
"She's is very docile, and she doesn't get really excited. Every room we go into, she's in that room. She likes to sleep in the bed, and hog the bed. And she loves cheese." — Dr. Tiffany Torstenson, owner of Lucey, the 18-month-old winner of the "Beautiful Bulldog" pageant.