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Bob Drogin

Bob Drogin is deputy bureau chief and national security editor in the Washington, D.C., bureau. He joined the Los Angeles Times in 1983 as a national correspondent in New York City, and later served as bureau chief in Manila and Johannesburg. He has won or shared numerous awards, including a Pulitzer Prize for meritorious service, two Robert F. Kennedy Awards, and two Overseas Press Club awards.
'Casablanca' lives on at Rick's Cafe

Rick’s Cafe is the re-creation of something that never was: Rick’s Café Américain, the smoky, intrigue-filled nightclub built in Hollywood for “Casablanca,” the timeless film of love, betrayal and schmaltz in the terrible early days of World War II. It's well worth a visit.

A forgotten World War II horror in the Philippines is revealed in 'Rampage'

Review of James M. Scott's book "Rampage: MacArthur, Yamashita, and the Battle of Manila."

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