I don't think there's any story worth dying for, but I do think there are stories worth taking risks for.
On the flip side, I enjoy covering the Arab world, I've spent my entire career here in the Middle East, but I would never call myself a war correspondent.
I had a great childhood. I think writers are always better off when they have more twisted childhoods, but I didn't.
I started doing some interviews with elderly people in the family because I knew they would pass away and we would lose the power of their story.
Journalism is always the art of the incomplete. You get bits and pieces.