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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (kuer) - Criminologist and former cop Peter Moskos says America's prisons are broken, overcrowded, unsafe places that rehabilitate no one and impose tremendous personal, social and economic costs. So he suggests a radical alternative: flogging. On Tuesday, Moskos joins Jennifer Napier-Pearce to argue why corporal punishment is a more humane option for justice.

7/11/11: Cool Comfort

Jul 11, 2011
<i>Image by <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/frippy/498537556/">Jessica Park</a>/<a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/deed.en" target="_blank">Creative Commons</a> via flickr</i>

The temperature is starting to climb and if you haven't already, chances are good you'll be turning on your air conditioner soon. Besides making us more comfortable, that blast of cool air is also responsible for much of the way we live our lives. Air conditioning changed the way we work, the way we commute, even the way we interact with our neighbors. Monday, we're talking about the history of air conditioning and about how environmental and energy issues are changing the way we keep our cool.

Spark

Apr 6, 2011

What does it take to light the spark of creativity? For more than a decade, Studio 360 host Kurt Andersen and producer Julie Burstein have been getting at that question with artists, scientists and other thinkers. Themes have emerged in those conversations. The most creative minds are excited about the work they do and they're willing to reach beyond their comfort zone. Burstein and Andersen join Doug to talk about the lessons they've collected in a new book called "Spark: How Creativity Works."

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