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.

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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.

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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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