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The Best of NOW: Issues and Insight (2010-04-30)
NOW has traveled across the country and around the globe to shine a brighter light on the issues confronting us in our increasingly interconnected world. Check in with people whose stories of courage, heartbreak and innovation have inspired us all.

The Best of NOW: The Wars (2010-04-23)
For the past eight years, NOW has been delving deep into the issues and questions surrounding the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The Best of NOW: In-Depth Investigations (2010-04-16)
Tough investigative reporting, going inside the economic meltdown and the role of government.

A Town Revitalized? (2010-04-09)
Can one of America's most unorthodox mayors revitalize a town on the verge of collapse?

Maximum Capacity (2010-04-02)
Saving tax dollars--can an innovative program make big cuts in America's prison population?

"Gasland" (2010-03-26)
Will the boom in natural gas drilling contaminate America's water supply?

Soap Opera for Social Change (2010-03-19)
Can a TV show end tribal violence in Kenya?

On Thin Ice (2010-03-12)
A Himalayan journey reveals how melting glaciers threaten global water and food supplies.

Food, Inc. (2010-03-05)
Behind the food we love--Secrets that giant food companies don't want you to know.

Hunting Wolves, Saving Wolves (2010-02-26)
Is the Obama Administration breaking its promise to protect endangered species?

Angry Voters (2010-02-19)
Will angry voters toss out the incumbents this fall?

Caring About Congo (2010-02-12)
Getting more Americans to care about global crises -- one man shows how.

Democrats and the New Politics of Abortion (2010-02-05)
Has the Democratic Party abandoned support of reproductive rights?

Saving Haiti's Mothers (2010-01-29)
On the ground in Haiti, working to save the lives of mothers during childbirth.

Who's Helping Our Wounded Vets? (2010-01-22)
America's new wounded warriors--Why are their family caregivers overworked and under-supported?

Saving American Journalism (2010-01-15)
A radical plan to save journalism in America.

Targeting the Taliban (2010-01-08)
Fighting the Afghanistan War... in Pakistan. An inside look at the conflict's true front line.

Student Loan Sinkhole? (2009-12-25)
How massive student loan debts are sinking dreams and causing a national economic headache.

Africa: House Calls and Health Care (2009-12-18)
Can a breakthrough health care innovation in Rwanda work in the U.S.?

The Marines Are Landing (2009-12-11)
Why are we sending thousands of military personnel to Guam?

Pre-existing Conditions (2009-12-04)
Can your health insurance coverage still leave you uncovered? Gripping stories from America's heartland.

Climate Crisis (2009-11-27)
Desperate efforts to keep climate change from drowning entire nations.

Who's Helping Our Wounded Vets? (2009-11-20)
America's new wounded warriors--Why are their family caregivers overworked and under-supported?

Elizabeth Warren on the Economy (2009-11-13)
Stocks are up, but so is unemployment. What's wrong with this economic picture?

David Sirota On The 2009 Election (2009-11-06)
What do the 2009 election results say about America's future?

Electric Car Dreams (2009-10-30)
Will green energy and electric cars drive a new global climate change plan?

Water World (2009-10-23)
Is a coastal catastrophe approaching, and what should we be doing about it?

Nurses Needed (2009-10-16)
Investigating an urgent health care problem -- a critical shortage of nurses.

Life Panel? Death Panel? (2009-10-09)
What exactly is a death panel? The truth about end-of-life planning.

Afghanistan: The Forgotten War (2009-10-02)
On the front lines with Marines in Afghanistan: Can we defeat a resurgent Taliban?

PBS Special Report: Health Care Reform (2009-09-24)
A PBS investigation on health care reform in America.

Surrogacy: Wombs for Rent? (2009-09-18)
Are babies being bought and sold in the United States?

Africa: House Calls and Health Care (2009-09-11)
Can a breakthrough health care innovation in Rwanda work in the U.S.?

After Guantanamo (2009-09-04)
Is Obama tossing out the Constitution with his new anti-terror plan?

Keep on Trucking? (2009-08-28)
Would you pay more in taxes to fix roads and rail?

Gambling With Health Care (2009-08-14)
Is the economic collapse creating a health care calamity?

Power Struggle (2009-08-07)
Why the green energy dream may not happen.

Fighting Child Prostitution (2009-07-31)
Can we stop a child prostitution epidemic in our own country?

Wall Street Reform and You (2009-07-24)
How Obama's proposal to reform Wall Street might affect your finances.

Inside Israel's Army (2009-07-17)
Deep inside Israel's military forces -- How does living with war affect their view the world?

Peace and Prosperity in the West Bank? (2009-07-10)
Once one of the most dangerous and violent cities in the West Bank, Jenin is now the center of an international effort to build a safe and economically prosperous Palestinian state from the ground up.

Obama's Border Fence (2009-07-03)
The U.S.-Mexico border fence--are private contractors making billions on a project that won't even work?

Homes for the Homeless? (2009-06-26)
What to do with foreclosed houses -- How about letting homeless families move in?

Student Loan Sinkhole? (2009-06-19)
How massive student loan debts are sinking dreams and causing a national economic headache.

Abortion Providers Under Siege (2009-06-12)
Should violence against medical doctors who perform abortions be viewed and prosecuted as domestic terrorism?

Food, Inc. (2009-06-05)
The inside secrets giant food companies don't want you to know.

Green Jobs: Hope or Hype? (2009-05-29)
Can "green jobs" revitalize the American economy?

Rehab for Terrorists? (2009-05-22)
Should terrorists be treated with open arms and an open heart?

Can the U.N. Keep the Peace? (2009-05-15)
The challenges of peacekeeping in one of the world's most volatile regions.

Predicting Pandemics (2009-05-09)
How can high-tech tools help us track the swine flu pandemic?

A Radical Fix for Schools? (2009-05-01)
Do we need to gut our public schools in order to save them?

Justice Delayed (2009-04-24)
How a backlog of crucial evidence is denying justice for tens of thousands of rape victims.

On Thin Ice (2009-04-17)
A Himalayan journey reveals how melting glaciers threaten global water and food supplies.

Can Coal be Earth-Friendly? (2009-04-10)
Can America's cheapest and most plentiful energy resource be produced without burning the environment?

Coming Home? & Paradise Lost, Revisited (2009-04-03)
Has the Army been denying care to its neediest soldiers? Plus, how Kiribati is dealing with the disappearance of its land due to global warming.

The People's Sheriff (2009-03-27)
Is a hard-line sheriff crossing the line when it comes to immigration enforcement?

Previewing the Superpower Summit (2009-03-13)
The world's economic superpowers are preparing to meet--will they devise a fix for the financial mess?

Who Killed Sister Dorothy? (2009-03-06)
Why was an American nun working to save the Brazilian rainforest murdered?

Retirement at Risk (2009-02-27)
After the economic collapse, is retirement now out of reach?

Is Your Daughter Safe at Work? (2009-02-20)
An unprecedented broadcast investigation of teen sexual harassment in the workplace.

Stimulus Roadblock? (2009-02-13)
Obama's stimulus package: Will local politics push billions in spending into pork barrel projects?

Help for the Homeowners? (2009-02-06)
Is there a solution to the foreclosure mess that's destroying communities?

Billions in Bogus Bonuses? (2009-01-30)
NOW sits down with financial reporter Bethany McLean to look at options on the table for stabilizing the country's financial system. Is nationalizing our banks a viable solution?

Over Fifty, Overdrawn (2009-01-23)
How is the financial meltdown affecting boomers and seniors?

Sea Change (2009-01-09)
The world's oceans face a global-warming catastrophe. What can we do about it?

Credit Crunch (2009-01-02)
Is your credit card company overcharging you?


Credit and Credibility (December 26, 2008)
Two high-level industry insiders tell us what was going on inside the Wall Street firms that once generated billions in profits.

Daughters for Sale (December 19, 2008)
The Nepalese Youth Opportunity Foundation helps prevent poor families in Nepal from selling their daughters into slavery.

Paradise Lost (December 12, 2008)
Climate change crisis: An entire nation being washed away

Our Pakistan Problem & The Right Approach to Iran? (December 5, 2008)
How should Obama handle our tricky relations with Pakistan? Plus an Iranian insider on how the US should handle the problematic issue of Iran's nuclear program.

Obama's Challenge (November 28, 2008)
A leading progressive thinker challenges Obama with a controversial plan for economic recovery.

Green Collar Jobs (November 14, 2008)
Can green jobs be the engine of recovery from the economic meltdown?

How Will He Lead? & Obama's Challenges Abroad (November 7, 2008)
Charles Ogletree, one of Obama's closest advisers, offers an insider's view on what to expect from the president-elect.

What Women Voters Want (October 31, 2008)
Tough decisions for undecided women voters in the swing states.

Nurses Needed (October 24, 2008)
An investigation into a critical shortage of nurses.

Virginia's Vote & A Better Bailout? (October 17, 2008)
Battleground Virginia: Could a reliably Republican state turn blue? Plus answers and insight on the government's financial rescue plan.

Driven to Despair (October 10, 2008)
Do we have the means to modernize both our infrastructure and our lifestyles?

New Voters in the New West (October 3, 2008)
Inside the ground war for voters in Western swing states.

Behind the Bailout (September 26, 2008)
What will the government bailout mean for you?

Women, Power and Politics (September 19, 2008)
How have women in politics changed America and the world?

Obama in Danger? & Is the Evangelical Vote in Play?
(September 12, 2008)
Author Drew Westen says Obama has to do a better job of appealing to voters' emotions. Plus, are evangelicals ready to bolt from the Republican Party? Insight from Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr.

2008: A Republican Reinvention? & Amy Goodman Interview (September 5, 2008)
A prominent moderate says the Republican Party must welcome new ideas. Plus journalist Amy Goodman on her arrest at the Republican National Convention.

Attacking Affirmative Action (August 29, 2008)
Is it time to end a cornerstone of American race relations?

Health Care Franchise (August 22, 2008)
Can a fast food business model save lives in Africa? Also, an unusual effort to document victories in the war on AIDS.

The Border Fence (August 15, 2008)
The U.S.-Mexico border fence -- are private contractors making billions on a project that won't work?

Dinner With the President (August 8, 2008)
Inside Pakistan: A close-up look at a troubled, and troubling, ally.

Alaska: The Senator and the Oil Man (August 1, 2008)
Did Big Oil bring Ted Stevens down? Big Payoffs and Big Oil under scrutiny in Alaska.

John Edwards' War on Poverty (July 25, 2008)
John Edwards on his ambitious plan to cut poverty in half. Will it work?

Afghanistan: The Forgotten War (July 18, 2008)
Embedded with the Marines in Afghanistan: Can we defeat a resurgent Taliban?

Jobs for Jordan (July 11, 2008)
Millions of young people out of work in the Middle East--what does it mean for America?

Subprime Solution? (June 27, 2008)
A groundbreaking idea to keep desperate homeowners in their houses.

India Rising (June 20, 2008)
Globalization's downside: Will a booming worldwide middle class drive up consumer costs?

target="_blank" Fighting the Army (June 13, 2008)
Is the Army casting aside its neediest soldiers?

Dialogue with Dictators? (June 6, 2008)
NOW talks with Admiral William J. Fallon who resigned over disagreements with the Bush Administration's Middle East policy. Plus author David Sirota on the power of populism.

Fighting Child Prostitution (May 30, 2008)
Can we stop a child prostitution epidemic in our own country?

Rape in the Military (May 23, 2008)
Women in the U.S. military raped by fellow soldiers -- new information in a shocking investigation. Plus "'Unselling' Meth": How a unique program to combat meth use is beating the odds.

Education City (May 16, 2008)
A radical experiment in education: American universities in the Middle East.

Prisons for Profit (May 9, 2008)
Corporations are running many Americans prisons, but will they put profits before prisoners?

Election 2008: What to Expect (May 2, 2008)
Politics, race and religion -- the primaries enter an explosive phase.

College Summit (April 25, 2008)
Children of the rich have a better shot at college than poor kids. Look who's trying to level the field.

Health Care Meltdown: Looking for Solutions (April 18, 2008)
Does Pennsylvania have the answer to the country's health care crisis?

Taxing the Poor (April 11, 2008)
Are taxes being levied fairly when it comes to the rich and the poor?

Save Energy, Save Money, Save the Planet (March 28, 2008)
Could a new effort to fight global warming save money and create jobs at the same time?

Toxic Toys? (March 21, 2008)
Why is a chemical banned in toys sold in Europe still showing up in the United States?

Wiretap Whistleblower (March 14, 2008)
Whistleblower Mark Klein on letting companies off the hook for helping the government spy on e-mails.

Torture Tactics: An Interview with Alex Gibney (March 7, 2008)
Will the election turn on which candidate takes a tougher stance on torture?

Rewriting Campaign Rules (February 29, 2008)
Former Edwards advisor Joe Trippi explains how the 2008 presidential race could permanently rewrite the rules of American electoral politics.

Fighting Over Forests (February 22, 2008)
Will a Bush Administration effort open thousands of acres of public land to private development?

Benefits Denied (February 15, 2008)
How corporations are using the designation 'freelancer' to avoid paying benefits.

Spinning Election Strategies (February 8, 2008)
A seasoned campaign manager looks at the political battles ahead.

Middle Class Insecurity (February 1, 2008)
NOW investigates the rampant economic anxiety among America's middle class.

God and Politics 2008 (January 25, 2008)
Evangelical voters are rethinking their politics and purpose.

Democrats Divided 2008 (January 18, 2008)
The battle over the future of the Democratic Party.

The Latino Vote 2008 (January 11, 2008)
Will Latino voters provide the margin of victory in the presidential election?

Dirty Politics 2008 (January 4, 2008)
Inside the mudslinging and smear tactics of the 2008 race.


How Green? (December 28, 2007)
A pioneering collaboration of Republicans and Democrats on the environment.

Home At Last? (December 21, 2007)
A radical new approach to helping the homeless.

Ron Paul and Internet Politics (December 14, 2007)
Is the Internet rewriting the rules of political campaigning?

Talking About War (December 7, 2007)
David Brancaccio hosts a discussion with Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, filmmakers who produced "The War," and with the Rev. James Forbes Jr. about how the waging of war intersects with America's notion of democracy.

Will The 2008 Vote Be Fair? (November 30, 2007)
A former Justice Department official alleges widespread voter suppression.

Alaska: The Senator and the Oil Man (November 23, 2007 - updated August 1, 2008)
How far will one oil company go to get the politics they want? A bribery scandal in Alaska.

Mortgage Mess (November 16, 2007)
As millions of homeowners face foreclosure, NOW investigates sleazy tactics of mortgagelenders.

Children's Health Care Showdown (November 9, 2007)
A look at the contentious debate over health insurance for poor children.

Growing Local, Eating Local (November 2, 2007)
You know all about organic food -- now learn about the "buy local" movement.

God and Global Warming (October 26, 2007)
On a journey through Alaska, can evangelicals and scientists find common ground?

Immigration on Main Street (October 19, 2007)
Two New Jersey mayors take the illegal immigration issue into their own hands.

Child Brides: Stolen Lives (October 12, 2007)
A closer look at early child marriage around the world, tales of heartbreak and of hope.

Michael Apted on "49 Up" (October 5, 2007)
The acclaimed director discusses his latest documentary chapter and what we can learn from growing old.

Veterans of PTSD (September 28, 2007)
War veterans and post-traumatic stress. Are they getting the help they need?

Who's Making Money From Microcredit? (September 21, 2007)
A new approach to helping the world's poor: Is it working or just making the rich even richer?

Third Time Around (September 14, 2007)
The personal battles of U.S. soldiers in Iraq and their families at home--an hour-long NOW special.

Military Sexual Trauma (September 7, 2007)
Women in the U.S. military are being assaulted and raped by fellow soldiers -- a shocking investigation.

Montana Meth Project & Meal Plan (August 31, 2007)
A billionaire fights methamphetamine use in Montana.

AWOL (August 24, 2007)
Soldiers who went to Iraq, but decided the war was wrong.

Home Insurance 9-1-1 (August 17, 2007)
Are some insurance companies putting profits before people?

Income Inequality (August 10, 2007)
Who's paying the price for America's income gap?

Guantanamo Justice? (August 3, 2007)
Is there new legal hope for detainees of the war on terror?

Voter Caging & Housing Works (July 27, 2007)
NOW investigates a secret Republican plan designed to disqualify voters.

Post-Abortion Politics (July 20, 2007)
A new strategy for the anti-abortion movement: women's mental health.

Emission Impossible? (July 13, 2007)
California takes on global warming. Will it push the entire country toward action?

Insuring the Children (July 6, 2007)
Why is Congress poised to cut health insurance for poor children?

Michael Moore on "Sicko" (June 29, 2007)
What makes Michael Moore tick, and why U.S. health care ticks him off.

The Report Card & Lending a Hand (June 22, 2007)
Are charter schools the answer to the problems of public education? Plus a profile of a novel program that makes new cars affordable for the working poor.

The Unforeseen (June 15, 2007)
When environ-mentalists, developers, and activists clash, who wins?

Stents and Sensibility (June 8, 2007)
Are some medical procedures more about profit than patients?

Maximum Capacity (June 1, 2007)
Can an innovative prison program keep convicts from going back?

Health Care Franchise (May 25, 2007)
Can American entrepreneurial know-how save lives in Africa?

Miles to Go & Earn-a-Bike (May 18, 2007)
What's stopping auto companies from making a 100 mile-per-gallon car and empowering inner-city youth in Houston.

The Royalty Treatment (May 11, 2007)
Is a major oil company short-changing the American public? Plus an interview with Chip Giller of grist.org.

Casualties of War (May 4, 2007)
An American reporter in Iraq trying to uncover truth is murdered.

Past Due & Pay Day (April 27, 2007)
A closer look at the easy-credit housing bubble, and farm workers who take on Corporate America.

No End in Sight (April 20, 2007)
Did America's mistakes create the Iraqi insurgency?

Stock Alert (April 13, 2007)
Who's keeping an eye on those high-stakes hedge funds? A whistleblower speaks out.

Inside Egypt & Voices of Egypt (April 6, 2007)
The war for hearts and minds in the Middle East.

A Living Wage (March 30, 2007)
Are high-priced universities short-changing their workers?

Talking to Iran & Women in Iran (March 23, 2007)
American religious leaders travel inside Iran to defuse the nuclear standoff.

Can Capitalism Be Saved? (March 16, 2007)
A former CEO describes what's wrong with American capitalism.

A Growing Hunger (March 9, 2007)
Are U.S. farm subsidies causing global starvation?

Enemies of Happiness (March 2, 2007)
A filmmaker's closer look at an extraordinary woman who dares to speak out in Afghanistan.

Vaccine Debate (February 23, 2007)
Why do some oppose requiring life-saving vaccinations for girls?

For Your Eyes Only? (February 16, 2007)
Allegations that the government is reading your e-mails, with the help of AT&T.

Digging Out of Debt (February 9, 2007)
How new bankruptcy laws make it harder for many Americans to start. And is our justice system condemning innocent people to death?

Home at Last and King of the Cans (February 2, 2007)
A radical new approach to helping the homeless.

The Heat Over Global Warming (January 26, 2007)
NOW talks with Laurie David, environmental activist and co-producer of "An Inconvenient Truth." Plus an interview with environmental crusader Majora Carter.

Back to the Front & Voices from Fort Stewart (January 19, 2007)
The surge in Iraq - What's the toll on America's soldiers?

Home Grown (January 12, 2007)
Does Willie Nelson have the answer to curbing America's addiction to foreign oil?

How Green? (January 5, 2007)
A tug-of-war over a red state wilderness.

The Prisoner (December 29, 2006)
Former war on terror detainee Moazzam Begg talks about his treatment in U.S. military prisons in Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay. (First aired July 28, 2006)

Artificial Intelligence? (December 22, 2006)
Why a former State Dept. insider calls the Iraqi war a "hoax...on the American people." (First aired February 3, 2006)

Food Fight and A Day at the Plant (December 15, 2006)
The messy fight to unionize a North Carolina meatpacking plant.

Corporate Compassion (December 8, 2006)
Does big business have a responsibility to 'give back' to the community? Plus Vinod Khosla on ethanol and microcredit.

Norman Lear on Minding our Media (December 1, 2006)
The TV legend argues that mainstream media is not serving the public interest.

Live and Learn and D'Mar's Story (November 24, 2006)
New Orleans is reinventing public education, but will it work?

Fog of War (November 17, 2006)
Uncovering the truth on how soldiers really died in Iraq and Afghanistan and Tyler Drumheller on compromised American intelligence.

Election Day Outcomes (November 10, 2006)
What happened on Election Day 2006 and how will America change?

Sway the Course? (November 3, 2006)
Will the Iraq war drive voters' choices at the polls? And journalist Andrew Sullivan on President Bush and the war in Iraq.

Minimum Wedge and Janitor Justice? (October 27, 2006)
A look at the people and politics behind the fight for a fair minimum wage. Plus a look into allegations that Kansas' attorney general, Phill Kline, may be illegally leveraging two churches in a bid to win re-election.

Votes for Sale? (October 20, 2006)
A grassroots movement to clean up elections and stop the influence of big money on political campaigns.

My Country, My Country (October 13, 2006)
An American Woman's Startling Tale of Life in Iraq

Cleaning House? (October 6, 2006)
The Foley Fallout: Can Congress Police Itself?

Alien Nation? (September 29, 2006)
Are some Republicans using the illegal immigration issue to score votes? And former U.S. Senator John Danforth on faith and politics.

Taking the Initiative (September 22, 2006)
Who's behind your local ballot initiatives? And former Maine governor Angus King on upcoming elections.

Blog the Vote (September 15, 2006)
Are political blogs influencing elections?

Down for the Count (September 8, 2006)
Will new voting machines cause an Election Day debacle?

Block the Vote (September 1, 2006)
New laws designed to prevent voter fraud may keep minorities, the poor, and the disabled away from the polls. Plus regular Huffington Post blogger Eric Boehlert on Washington and the press.

Lawmakers or Lawbreakers? (August 25, 2006)
Will corruption in Congress cause voter backlash at the polls this fall? Also, Congressman Jim Cooper on how the government's been misrepresenting the federal deficit.

Wiretapping Setback & Dancing With Wolves (August 18, 2006)
An interview with Tara McKelvey on the ruling against the U.S. government's wiretapping program and ranchers and wolves in Yellowstone Park facing development.

Anna Deavere Smith on Art and Politics (August 11, 2006)
Playwright and performer Anna Deavere Smith discusses the roles and responsibilities of artists in a world wracked by war.

Orville Schell on a Responsible Press (August 4, 2006)
NOW talks with Orville Schell about the role of the press in a democracy watchdog and potential bias in media coverage of the war on terror and the White House.

The Prisoner (July 28, 2006)
Former war on terror detainee Moazzam Begg talks about his treatment in U.S. military prisons in Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay.

A Fish Tale (July 21, 2006)
Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell on the crisis in the Middle East and a big fight over a little fish in the Chesapeake Bay.

Do No Harm? (July 14, 2006)
Should medical professionals play a part in state executions? And Bunnatine Greenhouse on the end of the Army's exclusive contract with Halliburton.

Still in Harm's Way & Man of Peace? (July 7, 2006)
Are your tax dollars paying to rebuild vacation homes for the wealthy on Dauphin Island? Also this week, is imam Fawaz Damra a man of peace or terror?

Toxic Transport (June 30, 2006)
National security experts say the hazardous chemicals transported each day by trucks, trains, and barges through America are vulnerable to a terrorist attack.

The Final Offer (June 23, 2006)
Over 100,000 General Motors auto workers must make a pivotal deal or no deal decision: stick to careers with uncertain futures, or allow GM to buy them out and walk away from jobs that many have held their entire lives.

Crude Awakening (June 16, 2006)
As oil and gas companies continue to make enormous profits in a time of record-high gas prices, watchdog groups are accusing these companies of shortchanging American taxpayers out of billions of dollars in royalties for drilling rights on public property.

Who Killed the Electric Car? (June 9, 2006)
Did car companies sabotage one of their most fuel efficient and environmentally-friendly products because it stood in the way of big profits? A new documentary by filmmaker Chris Paine charts the promising life and untimely death of the electric car.

Tangled Web (June 2, 2006)
Big business wants a fast lane on the information superhighway, but who'll get left on the side of the road? And an interview with George Christian -- one of four Connecticut librarians silenced by the FBI under the Patriot Act.

Be Our Guest (May 26, 2006)
NOW goes inside the immigration debate, investigating the guest worker program. Also, an interview with Lila Azam Zanganeh on what Americans need to understand about Iran.

The Big Uneasy & Lockdown: Detainees in the "War on Terror" (May 19, 2006)
A look at how far New Orleans has come and her tough road ahead and an update on the government's treatment of detainees of the "war on terror."

May 12, 2006: NOW brings together national leaders, activists and politicians in a Town Hall meeting hosted by Maria Hinojosa to discuss how to solve the nation's immigration impasse.

May 5, 2006: During "Cover the Uninsured Week," a series of events across the country put forth by a bi-partisan coalition in Washington D.C. pushing for health insurance reform, NOW profiles families that thought they had bought excellent insurance only to find themselves stuck with bare bones policies that offer virtually no coverage at all.

April 28, 2006: Evangelical Christians have been preaching politics in Ohio ahead of political elections and face accusations of using the church as a vehicle for political advocacy.

April 21, 2006: David Brancaccio spoke to Peter Gabriel on a recent trip to Washington D.C., where he was lobbying members of Congress to do more to end human rights abuses in Burma using Witness video as his weapon.

April 14, 2006: NOW examines how anti-abortion activists in the state are not only working to overturn Roe v. Wade but also to promote abstinence-only education for young people and limit the availability of contraception.

April 7, 2006: NOW explores the debate on gay adoption in Florida and talks to Diane Farsetta of the Center for Media and Democracy about 'Fake News'.

March 31, 2006: Video journalist Brian Palmer, recently embedded with U.S. Marines in Iraq's volatile Anbar province and Christian Parenti on Afghanistan.

March 24, 2006: NOW takes a look at a little-known Pentagon program created by Paul Wolfowitz called TALON, short for "Threat and Local Observation Notice." (March 24, 2006)

March 17, 2006: Sunshine Week: How far can and will the government go to keep its secrets?

March 10, 2006: Comedian Steve Harvey offers his take on how can Americans lead a moral life amidst corruption from Washington to Wall St. (March 10, 2006)

March 3, 2006: A humorous look inside the world of lobbyists and the Washington spin machine with satirist Christopher Buckley.

February 24, 2006: Maine tries an innovative healthcare system for the uninsured, but can it succeed? PBS ombudsman Michael Getler.

February, 17 2006: NOW reports on whether the government is wasting billions of tax dollars on pet projects for lawmakers.

February 10, 2006: Updates on NOW stories: Communities and eminent domain; the political battle over global warming; one town attempts to recover from Katrina.

February 3, 2006: How could the evidence used to make the case for the Iraq war have been so wrong? Find out in "Artificial Intelligence?"

January 27, 2006: Inside the American war machine with award-winning filmmaker Eugene Jarecki. Former Pentagon insider Chuck Spinney on whether America is getting what it's paying for when it comes to defense.

January 20, 2006: Is executive pay out of whack at the expense of investors, workers, and the economy? NOW investigates. Judith Stein, founder and executive director of the Center for Medicare Advocacy on the new federal prescription drug program.

January 13, 2006: NOW goes inside the domestic spying controversy that has some calling for a Congressional investigation. Plus, Mary Kay Culp of Kansans for Life on the Alito nomination.

January 6, 2006: NOW examines two death penalty cases that raise troubling questions about the way in which our society handles the ultimate punishment. Veteran journalist Robert Scheer on Abramhoff.