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.
FEMA Accounts Reveal Last-Minute Scramble
How New Orleans' Evacuation Plan Fell Apart
FEMA Official Says Agency Heads Ignored Warnings
Katrina: What Went Wrong?
Katrina Timeline: Misdirected Aid
Katrina Timeline: Unexecuted Plans
Police, MPs Struggle to Instill Order in New Orleans
Michigan Parolees Monitored with Drug Bracelet
Arrests Disrupt Large Drug-Smuggling Network
'Meth Mouth' Strains Prison Health-Care Budgets
Roberts' Pro Bono Work Raises Eyebrows
Report Documents Sexual Violence in Prisons
Woman, 91, Is Oldest Female Inmate
The Nation's Oldest Male Criminals
'Time' Case Exposes Danger of Anonymous Sources