- May 23, 2003 | NOWA look at whether major media corporations have influence over government decision-making, and must the US re-engage the rest of the world for its own long-term survival?
- May 30, 2003 | NOWNOW scrutinizes the apparent conflicts of interest when a former lobbyist is in charge of natural resources, and considers the long-term impact of Washington's environmental policies on the environment.
- June 6, 2003 | NOWNOW examines how Israel finds billions to fund the controversial building of settlements, and the potential commercial development of a million acres of untouched land in Florida's panhandle.
- June 13, 2003 | NOWDid the Bush administration distort Saddam's weapons of mass destruction to drum up support for the war? And Chilean author Isabel Allende writes about two world-changing September 11ths.
- A Former Inmate and Drug Addict on Incarceration, What You Need to Know About Iran, and Affirmative Action in College AdmissionsJune 20, 2003 | NOWHow can the American corrections system break the cycles of addiction and incarceration? A look at the psyche of Iran, and should colleges offer race-based affirmative action?
- June 27, 2003 | NOWThis episode of NOW looks at the state of the Iraq War, considers how ancient poetry transcends time, and considers what happens when companies renege on their pension agreements.
- July 11, 2003 | NOWJon Stewart on his unique brand of news delivery and why his show has a unique niche in a sea of cable news and talk shows. And can judges with strong ideological convictions set aside their personal beliefs and uphold the law?
- July 18, 2003 | NOWNOW examines how the tuna industry's influence on the FDA may cause mercury poisoning, discusses the health of US democracy compared to Great Britain, and looks at a model healthcare facility.
- July 25, 2003 | NOWAn investigation into what Congress can do to stop big media from getting even bigger, and a look at some of the most hotly debated topics of the early 2000s, including stem cell research, gene therapy and cloning.
- August 1, 2003 | NOWA look at the "military, industrial, congressional complex" — a self-perpetuating system that produces unneeded weapons and creates huge deficits.
- August 22, 2003 | NOW
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- August 29, 2003 | NOWNOW visits India, where skilled workers are taking over technology and service positions for some of America's biggest corporations, and considers the effects of education budget cuts.
- Women and Poverty: Labor Issues in Thailand, Education in Senegal, and Dr. Vandana Shiva on GlobalizationSeptember 5, 2003 | NOWA special report examining how global corporations may be riding high by shortchanging the world's women.
- 'Unanswered Questions: 9/11 Widows Speak Out,' George Soros Takes on Politics, Campaign Finance and the Supreme CourtSeptember 12, 2003 | NOWNOW met with 9/11 widows demanding answers about the terrorist attacks, and heard from FEC Commissioner Scott Thomas on the pressure for Democrats to give into soft money contributions.
- September 19, 2003 | NOWChristine Todd Whitman recounts the controversies that dogged her tenure as head of the EPA, and National Environmental Trust's Philip Clapp discusses the influence of the oil and nuclear industries.