"I can't believe how civil it's been up here." — Donald Trump as he and his Republican rivals turned the latest presidential face-off into a civil and detailed discussion of Social Security, Islam and trade.
"This is a huge data base — there are more than something like 22,000 names, so this is very, very important." — Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck, research analyst at the Carnegie Middle East Center, after thousands of files surfaced with personal data on members of the Islamic State group.
"What's different this year compared to last year is fishermen have already gone out fishing by dawn ... and towns are already bustling about going on with their business." — Masaki Kamei, a doctor from Tokyo who has been visiting tsunami-hit areas every year, five years after the disaster killed more than 18,000 people in northeast Japan.