Bob Drogin

National Correspondent, Los Angeles Times

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Washington correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, covering national security and intelligence, and author of Curveball: Spies, Lies and the Con Man Who Caused a War

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On a Libyan TV station today, Colonel Moammar Gadhafi blamed bloody violence on "hallucinogenic" drugs given young people by Osama bin Laden.

Opposition Closes In on Libyan Capital

On a Libyan TV station today, Colonel Moammar Gadhafi blamed bloody violence on "hallucinogenic" drugs given young people by Osama bin Laden.

from To the Point

The eastern portion of Libya, including Benghazi, the nation’s second-largest city, anti-government protesters have claimed control.

Libyan Uprising Expands Despite Kadafi Vow

The eastern portion of Libya, including Benghazi, the nation’s second-largest city, anti-government protesters have claimed control.

from To the Point

President Bush and former Secretary of State Collin Powell told the world that  Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction , including mobile factories for germ warfare.

A Second Look at Curveball

President Bush and former Secretary of State Collin Powell told the world that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction , including mobile factories for germ warfare.

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Between 2016 and 2019, Bakersfield police officers used force that broke at least 45 bones in 31 people, an analysis of public records shows.

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Legalizing the sale of cannabis in California has turned out to be a fruitful endeavor for the state thanks to taxes.

from KCRW Features

Sherry Buchanan, author of “On the Ho Chi Minh Trail,” discusses what she learned about the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese women who survived its frontlines.

from Scheer Intelligence

The Venice Family Clinic is slamming LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva and others for their call to clear out unhoused people from Venice Beach boardwalk by July 4.

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KCRW’s Press Play asked audience members to share one habit they’ve picked up in the past year that they hope to keep.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Some of the world’s largest corporations like Amazon, Walmart, Google, and UPS are all looking into using drones to deliver small packages.

from Greater LA

Santa Monica has a reputation as a paradise for lefties. But the city isn’t exactly welcoming to Latinos.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

After 15 months of the pandemic, the Golden State is no longer requiring capacity limits, masks, or social distancing in most places.

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Community activists, entrepreneurs, and local politicians are keeping tabs on President Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure spending plan that’s currently being debated on Capitol Hill.

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