Dina is a correspondent for NPR based in New York, covering counterterrorism efforts in the U.S. and abroad. Before joining NPR in 2007, she reported from Asia and from the White House for Bloomberg News and was City Hall bureau chief for the New York Sun. Her first book, "A Death in Texas," published in 2002, was chosen by The Washington Post as one of the best books of the year. She also wrote "Justice on the Grass" (2005) and "The Jihad Next Door" (2007) and co-authored in "Defense of Our America: The Fight for Civil Liberties In the Age of Terror," also published in 2007.
Facing History School: April 22, 2010
Facing History School: April 25, 2012