Ann Devroy (, DEV-roy; October 9, 1948 – October 23, 1997) was an American political journalist. She was a White House correspondent for 15 years, for the Gannett Company and USA Today (1979–1985) and for The Washington Post (1989–1997). She covered four presidents — Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton — and 10 White House chiefs of staff. David S. Broder, regarded the dean of the Washington, D.C., press corps, called Devroy "the most dogged, determined, complete reporter any of us ever saw." At the 2013 Miami Book Fair International, Dan Balz, a colleague of Devroy at the Washington Post, called Devroy "perhaps the best White House reporter in the modern history of White House coverage. … she was a tenacious vacuum cleaner of a reporter who gave fits to every administration she covered."