Dina Temple-Raston
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Dina Temple-Raston

Dina Temple-Raston is a Belgian-born American journalist and award-winning author. She may be best known for her 2001 book, 'A Death in Texas', and for her work as a White House correspondent for Bloomberg News during Bill Clinton's two terms. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Dina Temple-Raston has eight videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1999 Call-In as a Correspondent. The year with the most videos was 2013 with two videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2015 with an average of 1,052 views per program. Most appearances with Charles E. Allen (2). Most common tags: Homeland (Domestic) Security, Terrorism.

Appearances by Title:c. March 1, 2007 - Present Correspondent, Counterterrorism, National Public Radio Videos: 6 c. November 23, 1999 - Present Correspondent, White House, Bloomberg News Videos: 2

Recent Appearances

  • Immigration Policy and Counterterrorism

    Immigration Policy and Counterterrorism

    Panelists talked about the recent terrorist attacks by ISIS* and the role of the intelligence community in counterterrorism…

  • Media Coverage of Terrorism Issues

    Media Coverage of Terrorism Issues

    Boston-based reporters and national counter-terrorism correspondents discussed the coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing April 2013.…

  • Global Security Threats

    Global Security Threats

    National Intelligence Council Counselor Matthew Burrows and former CIA and Homeland Security officials talked about future world security threats and how to prevent…

  • Law Enforcement and Homeland Security

    Law Enforcement and Homeland Security

    Homeland security and law enforcement officials talked about recent cases and responses by intelligence agencies and law…

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