Debbie Elliott After a stint on Capitol Hill, NPR National Correspondent Debbie Elliott is back covering the news in her native South.
Easter Hat Roundup: Estella's View from Church
Alabama Town's Streets Laden with Mercury
Pope John Paul Offers Silent Easter Blessings
Fine Southern Food from a Native Son
Congressional Republicans Target 'Activist' Judiciary
Mississippi Officials Wrangle Over Tobacco Settlement Funds
Court Rejects Racketeering Penalty for Tobacco Industry
Defense in Scrushy Trial Argues CEO Was Fooled
Trial of Former Healthsouth CEO Begins
Cigarette Designed to Filter Harmful Ingredients
In Alabama, a Power Struggle over Timber and Environmental Management
A Tale of Family and Slavery in Scrap Art
Mississippi to Try Civil Rights Murder Case after 40 Years
Judge's Robe Featuring Ten Commandments Draws Objections
Sweet Potato Queen Returns with 'Guide to Men'