Laura Sullivan Laura Sullivan is a NPR News investigative correspondent whose work has cast a light on some of the country's most disadvantaged people.
'Angola 2' Leave Solitary Cells in La. After 36 Years
Burglaries on the Decline in the United States
FBI Director Faces Scrutiny on Anti-Terrorism Efforts
Correctional Officers Protest Inmate Work Cuts
Legal Hurdles Stall Rape Cases on Native Lands
Rape Cases On Indian Lands Go Uninvestigated
Rapes, Abuse High for Indigenous U.S. Women
New Orleans Runs Short on Public Defenders
After Deaths, Questions Remain at VT Campus
Release of Drug Offenders Strains Communities
Baltimore Police Combat 'No-Snitch' Mentality
Court Cites Constitution in Rejecting Handgun Ban
D.C. Court Overturns Strict Gun Ownership Rules
Tasers Implicated in Excited Delirium Deaths
Death by Excited Delirium: Diagnosis or Coverup?