David was the only TV correspondent to accompany President George W. Bush to Ground Zero.
David bought a $2.45 million home in Washington D.C. in 2005.
David was named the School of International Service's alumnus of the year in 2005.
David and his colleagues received an Emmy Award for their coverage on President Ronald Reagan's death and funeral in 2005.
David and his wife, Beth, have three children.
David is 6 feet 5 inches tall.
David received a degree in International Studies from the School of International Service.
David: A lot of employers would say it is too easy at the moment for unions to be able to put themselves in a position where they can take protected industrial action and, once it is occurring, too difficult to bring it to an end.
David: Offensively, we have to move the football on them. We haven't in the last few years. And that will be tough. They are big and physical.
David: While you can be permanently replaced, you technically can't be fired. The strikers have the first opportunity to take the job of replacement workers who might quit.
David: Don't accuse me of trying to pose to the cameras. Don't be a jerk to me personally when I'm asking you a serious question.