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It seems Japan just can't let go of our April 14 column calling Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama the "biggest loser" at the recent nuclear summit here because he asked for -- but did not get -- a one-on-one meeting with President Obama . We also described him as hapless and, in the view of Obama...
Marco Rubio may have tested fellow Republican Connie Mack's patience at that summit in Colombia, Al Kamen's In the Loop reports.
Al Kamen's In the Loop Column catches up with former Nevada Senate candidate Sharron Angle, reports on Loopy-ness in Japan and awards Secretary of State Hillary Clinton the prize as the most- traveled secretary in the first two years in the job.
S harron Angle , the tea party favorite who performed a political miracle last fall when she somehow managed, against all odds, to lose to wildly unpopular Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) by nearly six points, raised some eyebrows last week when she showed up in Johnston, Iowa. She joined some prominent...
Sharron Angle, the tea party favorite who performed a political miracle last fall when she somehow managed, against all odds, to lose to wildly unpopular Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) by nearly six points, raised some eyebrows last week when she showed up in Johnston, Iowa. She joined some prominent R...
And now, the first annual Loopy Award, given to the most boneheaded action by an organization in fiscal 2010.
We've gotten several phone calls from Japanese reporters about Wednesday's resignation of Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama after just eight months in office. The reporters implied that a mid-April Loop column -- the one dubbing him "the biggest loser" at President Obama's nuclear summit and referrin...
Al Kamen's In the Loop column.
After all the chatter about nukes, loose and otherwise, 36 heads of state are heading home from Washington to tout their world leadership chops and their influence with the Obama administration.