- November 5, 2004 | NOWThis episode of NOW featured interviews with Grover Norquist, architect of the Conservative revolution, and public policy and national politics expert Christopher Edley.
- Sister Joan Chittister on Religion and Politics. Afghanistan and Iraq. The Approaching Generational Storm.November 12, 2004 | NOWSr. Joan discusses how religion became so strong a dividing line in American politics and war journalist Christian Parenti provides a close up view of the realities on the ground in Afghanistan.
- Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State, Double Dealing on the Reservation, the Dimensions of Race, and the Tom DeLay ControversyNovember 19, 2004 | NOWNOW looks at soon-to-be Sec. of State Condoleezza Rice's track record, investigates lobbyists who allegedly cheated Indian tribes of tens of millions, and looks at social justice in an unfair system.
- November 26, 2004 | NOWJudy Collins reveals a window into her life and music, shaped by tragedy but driven by hope, and Iranian author Roya Hakakian discusses her memoir of poetry, passion and the intoxicating promise of revolution.
- December 3, 2004 | NOWEliot Spitzer on his far-reaching investigations that uncovered fraudulent practices in giant US companies, and Richard Dawkins on critical thinking and the backlash against the very notion of evolution.
- December 10, 2004 | NOWWe meet mountaineer and physician Charlie Houston, whose quiet life of achievement makes the world a better place, and Boston Philharmonic conductor Benjamin Zander, who speaks on the art of possibility.
- December 17, 2004 | NOWIn Bill Moyers' last episode, conservative leader Richard Viguerie discusses propaganda, and ACLU director Anthony Romero talks about the balance between civil liberties and national security.
- September 5, 2014In this 2004 video clip, Warren recounts a meeting she had with first lady Hillary Clinton in the late 1990s, her positions on bankruptcy legislation at that time, and how everything changed after she became a New York senator.