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The list below contains all NOW broadcasts arranged by air date. Click on the show title or date to access all of that program's online content including Web-exclusive features, transcripts, and related multimedia.

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2005

December 9, 2005: Author and visionary thinker Frances Moore Lappé talks about democracy as a powerful tool for our time. Diane Wilson, fourth-generation shrimp-boat captain proves that one woman can force a giant chemical company to change its ways.

December 2, 2005: NOW updates stories on financial security, the gun lobby and the courts and nuclear plant security after 9/11.

November 25, 2005: Is the military coercing high-school kids into signing up? NOW investigates in Reading, Writing, Recruitment. And, Madison Shockley, a preacher who says true Thanksgiving means bringing spiritual values into the public square.

November 18, 2005: Reconstruction costs. Are workers being exploited as the Gulf Coast is rebuilt? What can Richard Nixon's White House counsel tell us about what's going on inside the Bush Presidency? David Brancaccio interviews John Dean.

November 11, 2005: NOW investigates if the oil industry has rigged the system to drive gas prices up in "Crude Behavior." Plus, a David Brancaccio essay on the secret prisons of the war on terror.

November 4, 2005: A special one-hour NOW documentary looks at the controversy around President Bush's $15 billion global AIDS initiative. And, NOW gets a report card from Jimmy Carter on how America is doing when it comes to global health.

October 28, 2005: Getting to the source. NOW reports on the CIA leak probe reaching to the highest levels of the White House in Spin Cycle. Christine Todd Whitman, former Republican Governor of New Jersey, speaks out about what's wrong with the Republican Party.

October 21, 2005: NOW Updates: Katrina and the environment: NOW takes a look at the new urgency to rebuild the coastal wetlands. Vioxx, the FDA and safety. PTSD and returning Iraq War veterans.

October 14, 2005: David Brancaccio interviews U.S. Army Corps of Engineers official Bunnatine Greenhouse. More and more retirees are finding that their former employers are not delivering on their promises of a secure retirement.

October 7, 2005: Literary giant Kurt Vonnegut has some choice words for our political parties, our system, and our president in this interview with David Brancaccio.

September 30, 2005: Caught in the storm. NOW goes inside the management mess at FEMA in Disaster Agency. Justice Texas-style. NOW examines the indictment this week of House Majority Leader Tom DeLay with Texans for Public Justice Executive Director Craig McDonald.

September 23, 2005: Should your tax dollars pay for rebuilding on coastlines vulnerable to natural disasters? Plus pets left behind.

September 16, 2005: What's next for New Orleans? A NOW special one-hour town-hall meeting from Baton Rouge.

September 9, 2005: Anger in the aftermath. How did race and class affect the relief effort in the aftermath of Katrina? New Orleans Times-Picayune editor Jim Amoss.

September 2, 2005: Aftermath. What you don't know about Katrina and the Gulf Coast. Why was the devastation so bad? NOW investigate. Teacher Rafe Esquith and the Hobart Shakespeareans.

August 26, 2005: Real estate bubble. NOW reports on the real estate bubble and asks, is it about to burst? Plus, Iraq War veteran Perry Jefferies.

August 19, 2005: NOW investigates the air you breathe. Are pesticides a danger? And, former Maine Governor Angus King.

August 12, 2005: Filmmaker Alex Gibney on his documentary, ENRON: THE SMARTEST GUYS IN THE ROOM.

August 5, 2005: Are you getting the truth from the media in America? Media reformer Robert McChesney.

July 29, 2005: What the Matter with Kansas? The Kansas Attorney General's controversial reading of statutory rape laws and the battle over abortion.

July 22, 2005: Political Science -- Are scientific reports being edited for political ends? Journalist Naeem Mohaiemen on the London aftermath.

July 15, 2005: Formula for Disaster? Chemical plant and refinery security. Former EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman.

July 8, 2005: Updates: The costs of the Medicare drug plan. Prisoner treatment at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The Earth Conservation Corps.

July 1, 2005: Milton Glaser on THE DESIGN OF DISSENT.

June 24, 2005: Land Grab -- Eminent domain, the Supreme Court and private property. The Advancement Project's Connie Rice.

June 17, 2005: Judicial Review -- Judicial independence and the culture wars. Shelby Knox, teen crusader and subject of THE EDUCATION OF SHELBY KNOX.

June 10, 2005: Church and State -- Chris Hedges, author of LOSING MOSES ON THE FREEWAY, and Ten Commandments judge Roy Moore.

June 3, 2005: DeLay's Downfall? The ethics problems of House Majority Leader Tom DeLay. David Brancaccio on a little-known piece of Deep Throat's history.

May 27, 2005: The Battle Fields. The Coalition of Immokalee Workers vs. Taco Bell. Rose Ann DeMoro of the California Nurses Association.

May 20, 2005: The Filibuster Wars. Update on nominee Janice Rogers Brown. Jan LaRue of Concerned Women of America, columnist Molly Ivins.

May 13, 2005: The Battle at Home -- Paying for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Photos from Nina Berman's PURPLE HEARTS.

May 6, 2005: Air America's Janeane Garofalo and former Republican Congressman Bob Barr. NOW's Quotes of the Week

April 29, 2005: A Few Bad Men. NOW looks at accusations of prisoner abuse at Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib.

April 22, 2005: Hot World -- Cold Comfort -- The Politics of Climate Change.

April 15, 2005: Air Wars: California vs. the Feds over emissions. Former EPA head Christine Todd Whitman.

April 8, 2005: Risky Business -- The shift of financial risks from government and business onto average Americans.

April 1, 2005: Broken Promises: Disappearing Retiree Health Benefits.

March 25, 2005: Payment Due: The New Bankruptcy Bill. Richard Parker on John Kenneth Galbraith.

March 18, 2005: Playwright and actor Wallace Shawn on life after 9/11.

March 11, 2005: Greg Spotts on AMERICAN JOBS. Samantha Power on the crisis in the Sudan.

March 4, 2005: FBI Whistleblower Coleen Rowley. John Perkins, author of CONFESSIONS OF AN ECONOMIC HIT MAN.

February 25, 2005: The Philadelphia Experiment -- Community provided Internet access. Former Maine Governor Angus King.

February 18, 2005: Citizen Inc. Communities and corporate rights. Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai Ann the Green Belt Movement.

February 11, 2005: The Call Up -- Pentagon tactics to keep up with needs in Iraq. With the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit in Iraq.

February 4, 2005: The Advancement Project's Constance Rice. Women for Women International's Zainab Salbi on women in the New Iraq.

January 28, 2005: Spanish Spoken Here -- The new immigration. Literacy advocate Rueben Martínez.

January 21, 2005: Heavy Metal -- Mercury in the fish we eat. Environmental lawyer Robert Kennedy, Jr.

January 14, 2005: The Nuclear Option -- Nuclear plant safety after 9/11. Former Marine Josh Rushing from CONTROL ROOM.

January 7, 2005: Bad Medicine -- Vioxx, FDA and Drug Approval. Plus, American Aid Dollars and the Tsunami

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