Paul has a street named after him in Chicago, IL.
Paul had a 20 year friendship with the famous F.B.I. Director, J. Edgar Hoover.
President George W. Bush awarded Paul Harvey with America's highest civilian honor, the Medal of Freedom, in November of 2005.
Paul often called his wife "Angel" on air.
Paul was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1990.
Paul never wanted to quit doing his radio program and did it up until the week of his death.
Paul's signature phrase "the rest of the story" came from a program that he used to host called Jobs for G. I. Joe.
One of Paul's high school teachers helped to get him started in the radio business at a local radio station, KVOO.
Paul met his wife, Lynne, during his career in radio and she was also in the radio business as well.
Paul's son, Paul Jr., was a writer on his radio news program.
As a kid, Paul built his own radio to listen to distant broadcasts.
Paul's father was shot and killed by robbers when Paul was only 3 years old.
Paul Harvey's radio programs were heard by nearly 12 million weekly listeners on 1,200 radio stations and 400 Armed Forces Network affiliates.
Paul: Now you know the rest of the story.
Paul: When your outgo exceeds your income, the upshot may be your downfall.
Paul: Like what you do, if you don't like it, do something else.
Paul: If 'pro' is the opposite of 'con' what is the opposite of 'progress'?
Paul: I've never seen a monument erected to a pessimist.
Paul: Golf is a game in which you yell "fore," shoot six, and write down five.
Paul: Ever occur to you why some of us can be this much concerned with animals suffering? Because government is not. Why not? Animals don't vote.
Paul: Dependency arguments often come from elites - either aid agencies or governments - and say something about attitudes to poor people.
Paul: I am fiercely loyal to those willing to put their money where my mouth is.
Paul: If there is a 50-50 chance that something can go wrong, then 9 times out of ten it will.
Paul: Every pessimist who ever lived has been buried in an unmarked grave. Tomorrow has always been better than today, and it always will be.
Paul: I don't think of myself as a profound journalist. I think of myself as a professional parade watcher who can't wait to get out of bed every morning and rush down to the Teletypes and pan for gold.
Paul: Retiring is just practicing up to be dead. That doesn't take any practice.
Paul: (in an interview on "Larry King") Some days the best news in the broadcast is the commercial.
Paul: In times like these, it helps to recall that there have always been times like these.