Who's counting the civilian casualties in Afghanistan? NOW talks to NPR reporter Steve Inskeep in Kandahar.
Follow an Afghan American woman on her journey back to Kandahar, in search of her family. She discovers the fact that 19 members of her family have been killed. Eyewitnesses claim that these civilians came under American fire. Will we ever know if they were collateral damage?
America has destroyed the Al Qaeda network in Afghanistan and pressure is building to carry the war to other countires. NOW asks author James Carroll what's at stake.
The internet has transformed American business especially the pornography business. An excerpt from FRONTLINE’s "American Porn" offers a portrait of pornography as big business and mainstream culture. What does the proliferation of pornography say about American society and culture? NOW asks writer Katie Roiphe (author of STILL SHE HAUNTS ME) to share her thoughts on the subject.