Claudia Rosett, who covered the 1989 Tiananmen Square uprising in China, exposed labor camps in North Korea and writes for the "Wall Street Journal," among other places, is the bane of Secretary-General Kofi Annan's existence -- and thankfully so. For a while, Rosett seemed to be single-handedly exposing the corrupt Oil-for-Food scandal, which robbed the Iraqi people of much-needed aid.
Don't get me wrong. I read "People" on the train. And I was a tad obsessed with Katie's convenient black ensembles during the days after the 2004 presidential elections (mourning George Bush's victory). But it's not all that important. And neither is Katie's new job.
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