"I don't mean to say it's not fresh on the space station, but there's nothing like new cold air coming into the capsule." — Astronaut Scott Kelly, who returned to Earth after nearly a year cooped up on the International Space Station.
"When the search (for the plane) revealed nothing, they came back to this theory, but it's only a theory. If you have nothing tangible and nothing by way of evidence, it's tantamount to predicting he is guilty until proven innocent. This sets us back in the Dark Ages." — Sakinab Shah, sister of Capt. Zaharie Ahmad Shah, pilot of the vanished Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
"It's all a play to stall it or try to deny him the nomination and the problem with that is no one has the best scenario for how to do that." — Neil Newhouse, a GOP pollster, as the Republican Party faced the prospect of nominating Donald Trump for president.