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Juror says homicide charges were not presented in Breonna Taylor case
"Case says that panel never had a chance to consider homicide charges against the officers involved that after the judge said jurors could speak publicly about the case judge allowing the jurors to speak in part because the attorney general has made public statements about the proceedings. While there are six possible homicide charges under Kentucky law These These charges charges or or not not Apple Apple to to the the facts facts before before us us because because our our investigation investigation show show The The grand grand jury jury agreed agreed that that Mattingly Mattingly and and Cosgrove Cosgrove were justified in the return of deadly fire. But a juror now seemingly refuting the attorney general writing the grand jury didn't agree this Oren actions were justified, nor did it decide the indictment should be the only charges in the Briana Taylor case. Aurora
The Breonna Taylor Case Must Be Reopened Immediately
"A whole lot has come to the light over the past forty, eight hours in. What we call the Briana Taylor case you know there's a part of me. That gets frustrated that we even call it the Briana Taylor case because a lot of ways. We should name it after the officers should name it after. Miles Cosgrove and bread, Hankinson and others. But we've learned a lot over the past two to three days and we're scheduled to learn a whole lot more tomorrow and what I really conclude as that this case is not over. It's it's not over just practically speaking there's a lot more to learn about it. But it's also not over from a prosecution standpoint and accountability standpoint. These officers particularly the two officers who shot and killed Brianna Taylor who were not charged. Those officers and many other people who were involved in this case from those who approve the warrant to those who falsified the warrant and everybody else up and down the chain who could be held responsible and accountable here there's a lot more work to do I I want to thank the team at vice news over the past couple of years. there have been a lot of complaints about the work conditions advice and even the low level of pay advice, and even a a culture of sexual harassment advice. And I know several people who have now just recently relatively recently started working there after all of these things came out. And you know they've said that the company is on a path to doing so much better and that's good news because we need. Credible fearless new sources involved in cases like this, and we also want them to to have a certain ethical standard and so congratulations to the team advice for the work they've been doing over the past few weeks. I I literally think they could win awards for this work. They Were the first people to get. Hours and hours of body camera footage from the scene. Now, we were always told that no police officers who were involved in the shooting of Taylor had body cameras. Now, we're literally and a lot of ways just forced to take their word for it. What we do know now though is that. Multiple officers had body cameras on when they arrived after the shooting and the team advice they have obtained and released. A good a good amount of that footage and it's Deeply insightful and incredibly problematic. We see several things in that footage including. Violations of policy. One thing we see is officer Bread Hankinson. After he has participated in the shooting violates a policy that almost every major police department in America has he then reenters the crime scene. This man was just involved in the shooting. And the Louisville Police Department has a policy that when you have fired your weapon and there's a crime scene, you're not allowed to reenter that crime scene. You are not allowed to participate in that investigation. It is a a major conflict of interest and he's not just there. He's asking people whose bullet is this WHO's bullet? Is that like he's in there we have no idea. How many times did he going there before someone had their body camera on did he change anything that we don't know what we do know is that he violated a policy that everybody in that department was aware of, and we we know this nice because officers have since been interviewed about about whether or not they're aware of this policy. But that officers there on the scene. Are telling him. You have to get out of here. And not only that you hear that in the body camera footage from multiple people saying two different officers you shouldn't be here right now. It was an obvious policy again though these men thought they were above policy. Again from how the the warrant was obtained to how they executed it. These men were were constantly. Going up against clear department policy, which shows not only frame of mind but shows just how they really saw themselves as above the law. Not, only that. We learned just yesterday that before the raid it was a no knock warrant raid where they for anybody who said they were they were not let into the home they broke into the home in the middle of the night. we now know that multiple officers raised red flags about the validity of the raid before it even happened. and. That's the right. Now one they never splits be clear. They never spoke up about this. We only know that officers were raising red flags about this raid on Brianna his apartment remember. Brianna was not a drug dealer quick quick to BS. There are no drugs in her home. Her Boyfriend Kenny was not a drug dealer and anybody who sang otherwise is lying neither Kenny nor Brianna had a criminal record. They. Committed no crimes. There was no evidence of crimes. There was no shadow of evidence of crimes there in in the apartment period point blank dot com there were no drugs there there. There was no illegal contraband or anything else in in their apartment in you know my position is even if such a thing was found in anyone's apartment, it truly does not warrant the danger that people are put in with these. No knock warrants. That's why the city of Louisville has now banned him. But we now have learned that multiple officers before the no knock raid, and after the no knock raid raise red flags about it.
Kentucky grand jury decides against homicide charges for police in Breonna Taylor's death
"Good afternoon. Thank you for joining us today. I know that many. In Louisville and across the Commonwealth. In country have been anxiously awaiting the completion of our investigation. into the death of Miss Riana. Taylor? Six months at the Briana Taylor was shot and killed by police in her Louisville apartment. Kentucky grand jury decided that none of the officers involved would be held responsible for death. On Wednesday Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced the grand jury decision to charge one former officer Brent Hankinson with first degree wants an endangerment. He's accused of firing into nearby apartments and endangering tillers neighbors. But Attorney General. Cameron. said the other two officers involved Johnson mattingly and miles cosgrove would not face any charges. According to Kentucky Law. Use of force by mattingly and Cosgrove, was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Brianna Taylor's death. Twenty six year old Briana Taylor was killed on March Thirteenth when officers from the Louisville Police Department burst into apartment with a battering ram during a botched drug raid. Policy announce themselves but according to her boyfriend they didn't So he fired a shot hitting officer in the leg. Then, officers returned fire and struck Taylor Multiple Times. Till his family had been hoping for a minimum charge of manslaughter. But Attorney General Cameron was a Republican and the states first black attorney general said, the outcome was appropriate. The decision before my office as the Special Prosecutor in this case was not to decide the loss of miss. Taylor's life was a tragedy. The answer to that question is unequivocally. Yes. In response, the city of Louisville rose up. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer had been bracing for this moment. When Tuesday a state of emergency was declared to prepare for potential unrest? Police barricades and the judge ordered federal courthouse closed this week in anticipation of a decision. On Wednesday, the mirror announced a nine pm curfew still protests spread through downtown Louisville, last night. In some moments, the scene turn violent to police. Officers were shot about one hundred people were arrested and protests spread throughout the country to to places like Denver, Portland, in Buffalo.
"cosgrove" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Cosgrove and Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly weren't not charged. The lawsuit against the dancing Tiger, queen and story after traffic and weather on the Tuesday at 902, and check in with Sam. Brandon still some problems in West Contra Hawk, and it's a serious accident on Crawford, which is actually extension of front street route 23 just below Mattson Ford Road. It's pretty well tied up, especially on mats and Fort trying to head out to route 23 Crawford Avenue. So that's the problem of the head in West Contra Hawkins up top on the surgical expressway heading into center City, Philadelphia. Knocked it out of a drive. At this point, we may see some bright sun through the clouds, so it could be adding some to some delays in season Conshohocken curve slowness there beyond that slow, Montgomery did Gerard heading into center city. Nothing unusual about it. Then we're west on the surgical expressway heading out of South Philadelphia. This jam their avenue to around University of the ongoing construction passed university at South Street. One lane on Lee gets by the South Street exit ramp is block that's that long term construction project Till the end of the year. We continue west out of town, some heavy traffic up towards Gladwin and then up towards a contract and care of nothing wrong. Just volume P a term like is fine. Westbound Western willow groves will have that tractor trailer with a blown out tire. He's on this right shoulder, attracting attention, But at least he's out of the way. Once you're past this point, looking good getting onto the turnpike. Nothing too serious. At this point. We had some debris. Somebody dropped a car Jack on the ramp from the from 309 to go east on the P A. Turnpike, a Fort Washington. That's out of the way and really not a problem anymore. The majors are in fine shape That includes in from New Jersey. 42 Freeway North bound volume at the 55 on ramp, Even the bridges look, okay Commodore Barry Breeze recovering from the earlier problem with a gigantic street sign or a highway sign that fell off of a truck on the down side of the bridge into the city. A Chester that got it out of the way. No delays will take it Mastrangelo on or close to schedule. The cave like a 24 hour traffic center. I'm Sam Clover, Sam. Five day forecast. Now we check back live with NBC 11th alert Meteorologist Bill Hendley cloudy day today, but mild Not a bad day, Bill. No, not bad at all..
Kentucky AG Warns to Not Let "Celebrities, Influencers and Activists" in Wake of Breonna Taylor Decision "Capture Our Emotions"
"Here, Kentucky's Attorney General. Daniel. Cameron. Today. According to Kentucky Law. The use of force by mattingly in Cosgrove was justified to protect themselves. This. Justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. In Miss Brianna Taylor's death justice is not often easy. Does Not fit the mold of public opinion, and it does not conform to shifting standards. Now is the Reverend Al Sharpton. The host of MSNBC's politics. Nation. He's author of the New Book Rise up confronting a country at the crossroads which will be available Tuesday Reverend Sharpton, your reaction to what the attorney general had to say and what's unfolded tonight in Louisville. Out My reaction is that certainly it is not surprising, but it is still allowing to see that a grand jury and grand jury usually a totally framed by what the prosecutor plus before because that's the only lawyer in the role to come back and say that we will charge and also for all the violence that he did cause and the cause for those. Surrounding an area on apartment that we kill someone, but we will not charge him with killing. Someone shows an outrageous an unbelievable kind of justification for doing nothing around the death of Brianna Taylor. Brianna Taylor was not even mentioned in the indictment if anyone wants to know why we are saying black lives should matter they acrylic saying Louisville. The day did not math. That attorney general to even attack those of us that supported the family at the family's request saying that the celebrities and influence activists on that wealth from end to Kentucky or should not there to give their views when we're welcome there to watch horses run around the track for the Louisville Dirt Louisville Kentucky Derby. But we're not welcomed to stand up for the life of value and worth of a black woman who's only actions that night issue to better in our own home committing no crime involved with no criminal activity. That's why we continue to. That's why we should vote in. We should use the fact that you can vote in November even in Kentucky even though we couldn't vote the grand jury we ought, to sin, Mitch McConnell into retirement as a deposit on the justice we want for the retailers of. I want to let the audience here what you were just referring to the Kentucky Attorney General who is a Republican talked today about activists from out of state who don't live in Kentucky. As if they have no right to talk about this, let's listen to that. There will be celebrities, influencers and activists who having lived in Kentucky. We tried to tell us how to feel suggesting they understand the facts of this case that they know our community and the Commonwealth better than we do. But they don't. Let's not give into their attempts to influence our thinking or capture our emotions. It sounds like he was talking about you. Talking about me and many others than many that up right there on the ground. From out of state but let me remind people that all of the activities of Leonidas Attorney Ben crump was at the invitation of the Family WanNa. Justice. And if you know it's an old playbook calling people outside Agitators Monitor King Junior and John Lewis Super Far greater than us will call that that will not in any way stopped mood that's gone on all over this country and the way to deal with this, we must try to change the laws and one way to do that is to change the lawmakers. We must turn our pain in the power in the rubble must continue to non-binding march to keep these. Alive. Riyan Taylor matting her life matters and we don't have to be a citizen of Louisville to say that and many Citizens Louisville are saying that as well and just last week. The right thing did happen on the civil case the city settled with the family for twelve million dollars and you know that settlement never would have happened without you and others bringing national attention to this case. Well absolutely, and why would you settle for that record amount of money if there was no wrong had been done and one of the reasons that we marched by the tens of thousands in Washington just three weeks ago and details mother spoken that much is because we clearly need is George Floyd policing injustice act passed by the Senate, passed by the House that would also make will officers if they commit a crime are subject of of the lawsuits and pretzels have to deal with it taxpayers paying forward individual offices do and are not held accountable for we need to change the laws by changing the lawmakers.
Citywide curfew for Louisville goes into effect, one officer indicted in Breonna Taylor case
"Curfew has been in place in Louisville Kentucky since nine PM tonight. Kentucky's Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced that a grand jury has returned no criminal charges against the to Louisville police officers who shot and killed Brianna Taylor Grand Jury did return a felony charge of wanton endangerment against a third officer who was outside of retailers apartment building when he fired ten shots that luckily hit no one. Cal, Perry is covering the situation for MSNBC tonight on the streets of Louisville and he will join us in a moment what happened to Brianna Taylor during the police raid of her Louisville apartment that left her dead. From police bullet. was enough to get one of the officers involved fired three months ago. It was enough to force the city of Louisville to agreed last week to pay a settlement of twelve million dollars to Brianna Taylor family for the city agrees was the wrongful death of Brianna Taylor. But it was not enough to bring criminal charges against the two officers who shot Brianna Taylor according to Kentucky's Attorney General Daniel Cameron who today revealed the findings of a grand jury but was guided in those findings by the Attorney General. What happened when police fired their guns? That night is what happens most of the time when police fire their guns in the line of duty? Their target most police bullets miss their targets most of the time. And sometimes, that's a good thing. And sometimes that's a tragic thing. In this case, it was actually both the police were aiming at whoever fired a gun at them when they burst through the apartment door in the middle of the night bjarne tellers boyfriend says, they didn't identify themselves as police officers in the dark. He grabbed his gun and fired his bullet hit and wounded officer. Jonathan Mattingly when Mattingly Officer Miles Cosgrove fired in the direction of that gunshot they missed. Kenneth Walker they fired twenty two bullets between them. Between the two of them. And they missed their target, every one of those bullets, their target. But six of those bullets hit Brianna Taylor. One of the bullets fired by officer. Cosgrove was the shot that killed her according to an FBI crime climb crime lab analysis made public by Kentucky's Attorney General today everything about the police work I just described to. You was judged to be wrong by the city of Louisville and that is why the city settled the wrongful death lawsuit brought by Brianna tell his family last week for twelve million dollars the city of Louisville, and that settlement also promised police reforms to Bernardo tellers family. That is a formal legal statement by the city of Louisville. The killing Ron Taylor was wrong but was it criminal? That was the question for the jury. We don't know what evidence was presented to the grand jury. As of today, we only know that the grand jury did not find a crime in the killing of Brianna Taylor, but they did find criminal conduct at the scene by a third officer. The best description I've heard of what officer Brett Hankinson did. Is On the New York Times podcast daily which describes what he did after he ran out of the apartment building and was actually out in the parking lot outside of Briana Taylor's apartment. and. Keep begins blindly firing through Brianna window and her patio door both of which covered with blinds so he had no way of seeing inside The bullets from bread hang concerns gone. We believe are the ones that ripped not just through parliament but also through one of the apartments that was in the back where a young woman who was pregnant and her five year old child were asleep in separate bedrooms. And he got fired for that. And those were the shots that when they missed their target. That was a good thing. A very good thing because they didn't hit anyone ten police bullets fired into an apartment building where they could have killed a five-year-old child ten police bullets that could have kill bet, Charles pregnant mother, and those ten police bullets luckily missed everyone. At that apartment building today a grand jury in Louisville, decided that those ten police bullets were criminal. The grand jury charged Officer Hampton with the felony of Wanton Endangerment Kentucky Law says a person's guilty of wanton endangerment when circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life he wantonly engages in conduct which creates a substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to another person and that according to the Kentucky Attorney General and the grand jury impaneled is the only crime was committed when thirty two police bullets were fired. After Lou police broke into Brianna tellers apartment in the middle of the night.
Grand jury indicts 1 Louisville police officer in raid resulting in death of Breonna Taylor
"Count one Want an endangerment. In the first degree. A A grand grand jury jury has has indicted indicted a a former former police police officer officer connected connected to to 26 26 year year old old Briana Briana Taylor's Taylor's death, death, but but not not for for her her murder. murder. Instead, Instead, the the jury jury says says fired fired Officer Officer Brett Brett Hank. Hank. It's It's in blindly shot in tow nearby apartments during a March police raid during a narcotics investigation. No drugs were found inside Taylor's home. Kentucky attorney General Daniel Cameron says Taylor was fatally shot by two other officers after Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, opened fire on officers who stormed into their home, according to Kentucky law. Use of force by Mattingly and Cosgrove was justified to protect themselves. This justification bars us from pursuing criminal charges. And Miss Briana Taylor's death. Louisville has been bracing for protests. Taylor family Attorney Ben Crump calls the lack of charges. Quote, outrageous and offensive. CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm
"cosgrove" Discussed on WTOP
"At about 1 30 this afternoon. We hear more about it now from CBS News correspondent Eureka Duncan no matter what the decision, though businesses and restaurants are boarded up, and the mayor and police chief here Say they're ready. We're merely taking steps we feel are necessary to protect the public Interim Louisville Police Chief Robert Schroeder says he's implementing safety measures ahead of an announcement from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. I could understand that some member of the public people would feel that way, but that is certainly not our intention. Cameron's office is expected to announce whether Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, Miles Cosgrove and former detective Brett Hankerson will face Surges in the shooting death of Briana Taylor On Tuesday, CBS News obtained a copy of an email Mattingly sent to his colleagues expressing his support for them ahead of the decision. It reads in part, regardless of the outcome. I know we did the legal, moral and ethical thing that night. It's sad how the good guys are demonized. And the criminals are canonized. I asked the police chief about Mattingly's message. That's a situation that's currently developing it simply too premature at this time to talk about CBS News also obtained the more than 1200 crime scene photos from the march 13th shooting that left Taylor dead. Police used it. No, not a warrant to raid her apartment looking for drugs and money. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, says he assumed the police were intruders and fired one shot. Police fired back hitting Taylor. Five times. Bullets were found all over the apartment and in neighboring units. Police never found what they were looking for. As we await the news of possible state charges. Chief Schroeder says the safety measures will stay in place. I hope we hope that.
"cosgrove" Discussed on Good For You
"And Enter Code Whitney don't forget that's Code Whitney for five dollars off your first order with Jordache Hush puppies they do have hush puppies do what is a hush puppy? Do you think that? You had your childhood taken from you. I. Don't feel like Adwa Child had taken I don't either but I feel no sympathy for. That, just today on this podcast. I just like I. Don't know I think that I mean look Hollywood's obviously a very dangerous place where a lot of reasons check my twitter but. I just think that that that there's just like this thing where they want everyone wants child stars to be so abused and it's like a we I almost feel like it's weird weird fetish through like most people's childhoods are like some bad. childhoods are fucking disaster at least you've got to film in and got paid. Yeah. People always say I don't know. Is it weird for you because you didn't go to like middle school or high school which I guess is weird but like I was around a lot of kids when I was like it was still like Oh that's right. You had a lot of kids on the show. Yeah. If you're in on TV show when you're that young, is there like therapy to make you go to counseling such a good idea like why don't they have that so good maybe they do now but I know when I was on a show, I didn't like they never. Were like let's get ahead of this. Now they were like if that person's having a hard time like. OUT OF SCENES and. Then like hopefully, they'll like walking. Walk around the sound stage. That's so funny. Hopefully show. So make it back. To the makeup trailer but some but to make her see if that fixes her self esteem issue. Teen. Drought. Maybe. It's really what the fuck do. You have to complain about? What do you need a counselor for TV show Pratt? You don't seem like you get very insecure. I mean I'm definitely insecure about something. Yeah. Like what? I'm not, GonNa math terrible at Math III oh I don't know like I can't tell you south east or West like people ask me like where do you live like in relation to where we are now I couldn't tell you like. Anyone that's doing that to you is like first of all, don't tell anyone where you live. Your somebody blew themselves on your house. So when someone asks you where you live, don't answer even if you know the answer. This is some sort of like Darwinian strength that your brain has figured out how to not tell people where you live because of a trauma. So I think that's very intentional on your migdal as part. Yeah but I couldn't tell you totally links out. Do you know like when I mean? I don't WanNa break if I ask you where Disneyland was. Do you know where that is in comparison to where we are? Okay. Now now you know. I'm I am terrible at. North. South. East West but I'm also terrible at being wrong. I will not allow myself to be wrong. So my need to be right is gonNA clips my inability to you and then you gotta learn. My Egos getting. weighed. Just can go that way I mean you can't know it south. Yeah. That's what I do. You figure out a way to go I would go south go east in the Dow like that's exactly what I do if you make a circle. Do Sleep well, no I sleep. Terribly. Five in the morning, do what I watch TV what do you watch stuff on Netflix? I just want king to Oh. Yeah. How was that? It was great. I really enjoy some trauma with them on twitter really about the drama gotTa get into the I. Don't why? I only know the drama. Product. SPITS batting on twitter. Yeah. I just like to watch like random movies. Do you have any Shits Creek just just? Amazing. So happy birthday Dan Levy was his birthday was yesterday. He was first podcast Gust. That's so cool. I love him and so let me ask you something. Is there anyone like that? You get like a crush on? Because, here's my problem with if I were you most people can get crushes on celebrities you could actually like. Date them if you wanted to. Count using I've never. Had A crush I've never. Been in that situation where I met anybody that was like like Harry style slide. Great. But no never happened for me where is he? Why can't you date him? I don't know where. But I I'm GONNA get on that. Wow. I will get I'm going to make that happen I'm in here styles ones How'd that go? Well. Actually, I'm not. This is gonNA sound like such a I think he watched he 'cause the show I did was bigger in England I. Think maybe than here and he like knew me and I was like who are you and he's like and they're like he's in a what's it called? Oh and I was within. He's an benkhaled four West I. Don't know what it's called up northwest. What's it called Madison? And Yeah, he's a now you can't date him. It He. He slow okay okay. So, but but. We're not doing that they travel too much. The meet someone that's going to be around. You mean, like a fireman fired. I'm glad you have animals I think it's important for people that are have lot coming at them like I feel like you were like the ground you lake. Yeah. You were forced to be probably precocious. You're probably forced to be an adult at a very young age which it's. That's a big thing with I would imagine child stars but also. What identifies adult child of alcoholics? It's like you had adult very young. You had to cook dinner you to handle yourself. You had to be on time you had to like put on the coffee like I feel like you have a job but like. You like five years older pouring Bailey's in the coffee like and. and. It's so good to have animals are 'cause they bring out your like this side it to be a kid with them you don't have to perform for them. They don't need anything for me. They don't want they just love you. It's so funny me your dogs don't know who you are. Dogs like aren't impressed by young care like that's so funny. You like singing in your shower with your amazing voice like your heads and like, Oh, can we go? Clean My, shit mom. I also have three cats they didn't mention, but I thought that I should probably leave them out. It's getting up there. I actually.
"cosgrove" Discussed on Good For You
"Than any actor on the planet. And and basically how We developed a success and we doubt it. You know and just like the it's called Gif fear and about how important fear is, and there's all these incredible stories and incredible meeting like horrifying of women that have been stockton stuff and who is the woman? Sorry I don't want to traumatize you further. Worm size. Memory with grandmother. Okay nightmare but it's a lot about the psychology of of stalkers and the psychology of obsession. I actually love that kind of stuff like I'm really interested in like I love watching like chose about murders in like how they happened and all that. Yeah and a lot of in a lot of that fascination our brain when we're scared preparing and studying and doing recon and research basically which same reason we have nightmares people, there's a war on nightmares. And I will not have it. Nightmares are good. So are you going to be able to live alone at some point? You think Yeah I do I mean I have another place I do stay there sometimes and stuff, but like can get you some dogs. We need some big dogs that'd be good. Say the best security system in the world dogs they say that the bark is that matters right her that's right. Yeah like. A really good bark. And helps to that's true. But my dog has like this really like great bark even though she was like fourteen pounds. Give it away so Yeah get a really big. Yeah. We need to get you like like a serious dog. All my friends were like making fun of me saying you got to move out like come on like because it was funny because when the thing happened when the guy at my house like it was raining that night. So I went back to my parents house like I. Didn't even go to my house I love it this guy so dumb he set himself on fire the one day it rains in La. The one that you can't catch a good fire. How does a person shoot themselves in set themselves like how do they even do that? They haven't even done the forensics on how he did it well, they figured out who is is a man who's good at multitasking, and then it was crazy to they found his car like a few blocks away and there was like blood and hair in the trunk and they were like Oh. He's probably a serial. Killer, but they never figured out exactly like like the story and he was like taking trips not paying enough taxes in California. Why have they not dug deeper into this investigation? I think they tried they try to dig really deep they even when they went to where he lived and like he only had a mattress and like white walls and they nothing on his computer and they couldn't figure out anything how old was he maybe like late thirties wow. Yeah. But the problem so. Doesn't. It seem fun though to try to like maybe not fun. But like interesting to try to figure yes I love the psychology of stuff like this was going on but are bits and pieces are you Have you like built a sort of like Exco Selatan of armor or have you cried about this no. I. Didn't cry or anything but just it's because I wasn't going to cry about this crime and Stick I mean this is traumatizing. Are you like? Is there like denial denials? Good I don't WanNa take your denial from you. It's very helpful tool I. Mean I just think because I wasn't actually there that night it helped a lot because it's like if I didn't actually experience like I almost feel worse for the person who is like I do so the women who are I mean that must have been horrible I never met her spoke with her but that was probably really scary like could you imagine being in a car and like all of a sudden someone's like your and let's she was talking you also. While she was driving by looking at. Your other stalker shot your other soccer they're competing you're burying in your backyard really do tell the stories till like nonchalantly you're just a huge burying things in my backyard there was flooding here in the Chocolate Bar weirds me out by the way that. The horizon. Out in your the biggest detail that you have emphasized was there was milk chocolate you're like I'm a dark chocolate person. WHO EATS Shackling. That's the thing that is the most offensive to you about this whole story. I mean. It's weird though like all the other things add up like rope and knives and things but like no chocolate. Healing, people who want to work. When you have a little treat before he murdered you what is that about? So that house are you gonNA sell probably? Yeah. For a long time I kept it because I kept thinking like Oh like I'll get over it and I'll probably go stay there. But to be honest even before that happened, it's like a very creaky house like in the middle of the night like you hear sounds and it seems like are in the house because it's an older home. So. I. Think. I. Was already like not going to have the nerve to their even before that happened. So I'm probably GonNa, move on and just. Two homes I'm putting that in the tender bio. Home. Own. Two homes dodged death dodge. Death and what was the other night I did. Know Zebras, pants. Zebra fans with a change. So what do you want like I look at someone like you and I'm just like amazing family amazing life I of this theory. This is a hot take that the fact that you had such a traumatic horrible water the chances that would happen again it's true. That's the thing I said about how this? Can Happen and when something horrible happens I get so excited because I'm having lived in happen again. My uncle really disturbed because when my dad died, I was a coup. Okay. That means my mom's not going to die for a while he was like what I was like it's just there's no way what are the chances? Of Luck. Yes. There's like a little bit of a relief that sort of envelops me when something really horrible happens because it makes me think I have a couple years of like serenity ahead of sort of something found to happen eventually. Yeah, and then you get your brain. Yeah. So. Now you so no one's going to try to kill for at least another couple years. It happened like a few years ago so it might be coming up until I. Actually. Might not be good for me. So what do you want in life? Do you want marriage? You want kids I think so but I babysat a few times and it's never gone very well but people always say it's different when it's when it's your kids but I don't know if that's I think I know a lot of key p people think their kids are annoying to yeah. I think people. I know a lot of parents are like it's worse when it's your kids because they owe you and they still act like that. You feed them and you give them your body and you leg you a little. He's still going to be an asshole you made them and they still treat you like shit whenever I babysat though I always try to be like like I want to be fun and I want them to think that I'm like then then it never goes well, like if you're really fun with kids, they don't listen to a word. You say that's right. It's all about respect. Yeah, and it's crazy because it's like it's really hard to gain it from a child like it's like next to impossible my friend had a kid like in high school and it was so hard to get that. You. Just like every time he came around. I felt like a lot of like stress like to try to get in Mike Me. Wanted him to think I was like to be around I kept taking him to Disneyland and he'd be like how many rides we have to. Like literally, it was so hard to like win the kid over. You know what my nightmares Benton. Not, been able to take a nap every three hours. My nightmare is not being able to have a nightmare. Because I'm not seeking. There is true. That's really sad. All I want in life is to have a nightmare. Much trouble sleeping. You know this about me we've talked about it. Every doctrine in La knows about you. How many times a day do I'd not? Good seven. Sleep is the most important thing to me. You guys asked me about my skin you ask me about how I work so hard people at. Sleep is literally the secret to being healthy and prolific. We will be. We'll just carrying groceries I ended now I take..
"cosgrove" Discussed on Good For You
"That, you're never gonNA be able to live up to their expectations effectiveness red flag. You seem like you're really on top of these red flags can he's got him down and like away But. It's also red flag. When someone's places a mess when you went to that guy's house to play video games was his house a mess It was like medium it wasn't terrible. It was like. It was okay. It's also told me his mom came over and cleaned it like. The biggest red flag if your mom is still cleaning your man's house. Yeah. that a good relationship with mom is good. So I'm torn on that one because I. was there I want him to have a good relation with mom but I don't want her cleaning his house. Yeah. That's discussing any lot every time it looked. Expect you to clean his house because he's used to women. Yeah No, no, no no, and so what is the? What is like if I'm going to ask you out what's the best thing I can possibly do? Best thing you can possibly do like, where do I? What do I do I take you to dinner Oh? Yeah. I'd probably WANNA go eat or like I've been hiking a lot during the pandemic. Probably, want to go hiking I feel like that's good because you're like walking in like doing something. Yeah. Takes away from like the awkwardness and if he's annoying. that. I like a hike date. Yeah. It's not bad. I mean the only thing is you might get like really sweaty and. Gross but I think that's good because for me, it's like I've spent. So much of my life sort of pretending to be one thing for a man and then getting super resentful when the Jig is finally up when I finally have to like show my face without makeup or whatever. So it's like I like hiking is like you're gonNA see me without Mak-, that's really you're gonNA actually get the real. Yeah, and then you can decide if you're in or you're out but for me to put Shellac caulk and grout all over my face for three months for you then see what I actually look like I just see it so hikes forced me to do that. You know don't take me to like a dimly lit restaurant for three months and then and then take me on a hike. It's going to be jarring. Would that be like the thing you'd WanNa do go hiking or I. Don't know it's hard to think of like a first thing to do with somebody. Going to be awkward no matter what a little bit I have to be honest with you. The pandemic has made me start to I'm into fuck and face timing for a first date. That's a lot of people are doing that. Now I'm into it, we should have always been doing that we never should have been meeting in person. What were you insane? Sometimes, it's like I feel like it's terrible though time and it's not in person. Do you think that's a thing we'll that's because of how good your skin is. If I look like. Actually I just feel like sometimes like if you're talking on like. That it's like a little more uncomfortable than being right next to the person or just different or vice versa like it's good over like talking on the phone or texting, and then when you meet the person, it's not good especially with texting. Someone and they're like really funny and then yeah them in person and they're like not funny at all. Is that what you're thinking about this. Very pointed. ME. Oh my God. I. Here's the thing I get so insecure in person about. Is. This queue is that my thong rights you know what I mean and do my boobs look like I like eighty of being in my own space when I first meet someone because I can actually be it takes a discomfort out of the first date you know the anxiety and distress I also like it because you can get a little peek into their house or apartment like right away. I like to see inside people's homes is the worst is when you three days with the guy and then you go back to his house and you're like Oh my God. What you've got a bill and Ted's excellent adventure poster on your wall. If I had seen that note about that black I ate I'd never would have gone on the second to like I'd to see a little sneak peek of the. Because I'll say, let me see give me a little tour of your place, and then I'll see that he was a move. That's like something you feed he has black towels psychopath only psychopaths have black towels and you know this and I'm correct. So that's an opportunity to sneakily get a little tour of their place. Why are you rolling your eyes? To wait because. I'm correct. Imagine. You talking on a date you're a psychopath and I'm correct. I'm telling you I. The first thing I need to know about a guy is the color of their towels maybe that can be my bio your. Still Dude. Dude every tax you what color your towel. Shape black. Block them. Great could you imagine your first day with Whitney? Building. Sign a couple of questions. Yes Dude, and also people that get it fucking. Get it. Well a few. I, I like I, like doing like I don't like small talk I'm not good at small talk. I. Only like big talk do like zoom data or facetime data's your I can get straight into the big talk like tell me about that earn full of your grandmother's ashes behind new on the bookshelf I. Love How drinker where you want to put her how did she die? Tell me the details like to get into really let me see your medicine cabinet what meds are you on? Like really dive deep in..
"cosgrove" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I mean it's tough to have someone have to go home from that kind of battle you know we're moving on fortunately no cramps now all right thank you hi that's what offense thanks to a hundred for being with us you're listening to N. L. D. S. game five of that giants twenty twelve championship season K. E. N. D. R. one O. four five eight six eight these sports leader this is the flagship of Chinese beyond KNBR affects San Francisco sports leader the sports leader presents KNBR dignity health hello human kindness in twenty twelve we heard elimination game after elimination game we heard the full circle story of bogey free to move to the pan the retention of CO will most emergencies the clothes and postures triumphant return from leg surgery through all of it they never said die earning the nickname Cosgrove's somehow some way they found themselves back in the fall classic where once again they were the underdogs and again the proved the baseball world wrong this is keen for twenty twelve World Series the night the cockroaches swept the Tigers on KNBR one oh four five eight six eight sports and we'll walk in my group go once again I've been trying to our broadcast before the start of tonight's game four by we'll talk about that team with the Tigers come up via the last half of the first inning but as the giants will bad here as the game gets started their task is another tough hard throwing right handed pitcher Max Scherzer who's got some of the best cure stuff in all of baseball Dudley what will he does have great.
Behind the Ryan Adams Investigation
"This week. We are we are talking about a very difficult subject and one that we think requires a tremendous amount of attention with no distraction. You may have read a few days ago. A big investigative report by joke. Cosgrove Molina Risa about Ryan Adams in that piece. They interview several people who say that Adams was emotionally abusive and sexually manipulative and enlist in one case participated in sexual communications with a minor. So on this week's pop guys, we're going to talk with Joan Melena about their story about how it came together. And also about kind of the bigger picture issues that brings up about how metoo as asserted itself. I'm also not asserted itself in the music business and whether articles like this and stories like this are going to become more common. So I've got Joe costs corralitos pop music report in the New York Times. Hey. John Molina, Risa culture reporter and also part of the Pulitzer prize winning team for our workplace sexual harassment coverage last year. Hey, melinda. Hey there. So geysers a tremendous amount of detail in this story. But I I wanna talk a little bit about in the music business specifically, and I'm not talking about Ryan Adams in this case. But broadly speaking, there's a lot of whisper networks, there's a lot of people who are spoken about stay away from so-and-so cetera. That's a common thing. It's much less common to have a number of people certainly some high profile people you have many more who is Ryan's ex wife. You've got Phoebe bridges. I know you spoke with other folks who are recording artists. Can you talk a little bit about how this story kind of came out from what I would imagine began as a with. But whisper network into something more serious and substantive like this. Yeah. I mean, this story kind of launched with a in a sort of twofold way, we got an anonymous tip. You know, we have the times has an honest. Line. And a lot of it is heavily used for information. Like, this people talk about, you know, check out this person, you know, his bay badly in whatever way. So we got one of those and kind of I think simultaneously Joe was talking to some music industry. Sources in a way that led him to think you know, that maybe that tip was worth looking into. I've been having a conversation with a source that I knew through previous stories, and this person was sort of tiptoeing around the idea that there was a prominent musician who may be deserved looking into. And then as Molina said, we got this tip around the same time. I think after a day or two of of the sort of vague back and forth that I was having. And of course, this like you said the whisper network, this is was about someone Ryan Adams who has a reputation and his reputation up to this point had been that of bad. Boy, I think I would say bad-boy rocker, you know, of reputation he cultivated himself. Into famous for sort of onstage meltdown are two for leaving a critic nasty voicemail heating, combative online, even with fans and listeners in general and being somewhat of a womanizer, and that's often the euphemism. Stick way that abusers are talked about in public space in space. So I think as much as he had this reputation. He was also very nimble at avoiding being pinned down on it because he continued over the years to work with a large variety of very prominent musicians. And also a lot of young women one of the kind of intriguing parts of the of the story. They picture is this kind of forward-facing image of I'm an advocate for young female musicians. I put them out on my label. I talked to him about songwriting. I. I offer mentor in I you know, I very vocally speak out on behalf of them. And then as you see in your piece what's happening publicly is often quite different than what's happening by the scenes. So maybe can we talk a little bit about some of the cognitive dissonance or the non cognitive dissonance of those circumstances. One thing we really wanted to underline in the piece is and you know, this took a few drafts to really hone in on. But the idea of how power works in the music industry and that because it is a more diffuse industry that's not as top down. Sometimes an artist even in artist who's not a household name or a bestseller with radio hits can wield a ton of influence and power in the industry. This is especially in something like indie rock and something like Alta country, or whatever you wanna call it. These sort of smaller scenes someone like Ryan Adams had a lot of credit. He had a lot of attention paid to him and that allowed him to both lure in. And champion these women. So something as simple as a tweet about how good someone's album is or an opening slot on a few of his tour dates that brings a lot of attention to arising or an emerging or an aspiring artist. And that's that's what we saw him doing publicly. Now, what we found in our reporting is that as we say in the piece is there was a much darker reality behind the scenes where he was sort of dangling. These opportunities telling women he would make albums with them. You know, he has a studio he has a label saying they were the greatest thing ever. He had a few lines. We heard over and over again, he would tell women, you know, I hear your next album. I it has a lot of strings on it or he told Phoebe bridges that. She was like Bob Dylan, and it was always this gushing praise while
"cosgrove" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Six forty San Antonio. I news Charlie Parker. Spouse is paying their respects to the late. Former president one of the most remarkable moving moments took place yesterday. Mourners might have thousands continue. Filing past the flag. Draped casket a former president George H W Bush, then of course, at the US capitol nations. Forty first president has been lying in state in the capitol rotunda public viewing continues until seven forty five. A M this morning when he'll be honored with a state funeral at Washington's National cathedral. Perhaps the most poignant moment yesterday. Former Senate majority leader Bob Dole among those paying respects to the late president as you may recall dole and Bush both were decorated World War Two veterans tangled in the one thousand nine hundred eighty eight presidential campaign emotional dole was assisted out of his wheelchair. When he saluted the former president elsewhere in the capital yesterday, president visited with members of the Bush family Blair House, which is across the street from the White House, H W Bush forty one we'll be transported through the streets of the capital city to the National Cathedral for his ten AM state funeral service among those eulogizing him. Former President George W Bush his son expected to be in attendance today, the president and first lady former President, Barack Obama and Michelle. Former President Bill Clinton and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton president Jimmy Carter and first lady Rosalyn world leaders include king, the second Australia's governor general Peter Cosgrove, former polish president lick oil. It's German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Britain's Prince Charles and former Mexican president Carlos Salinas. Following the service, the president will return to Houston. He will lie in repose at Saint Martin's league Piscopo church in Houston from six forty five tonight until six AM tomorrow morning. And then a second memorial service for the president will be held at ten A M. After that, you'll be transported by train to Texas A and M university, and the George Bush presidential library and museum where he'll be interred beside his wife, Barbara and their daughter. Pauline Robinson, Robin Bush who died of leukemia when she was three. We will have today ceremonies for you live on W O AI beginning at nine thirty five. Those were the days brought to you by Brown Chevrolet next. Hey, good morning, charity McCurdy. So I was looking at something my friends at ABC, home and commercial services sent me in regards to pest control. Here's a couple of nuggets of info a cockroach can live for a week without its head. Yes a week. And here's another a cockroach is cold blooded and get live for a month a month without food and a week without water. So might take away roaches are tough to get rid of. That's why you need ABC. Not only can they get rid of the roaches from your home or office. They can work to pretty much make sure they never come back. And if they do come back ABC does to at no additional charge..
"cosgrove" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"And at the time, I feel like they were both so popular it was like a battle of who is actually the star of the show. You know, because it was calls it and cat is it McCurdy? Because of I Carly is it are be day. Because I feel like genetic early probably thought she was because well, the was probably at the time had the bigger name. Yes. 'cause Victoria Donda was victorious was on his big as cardinals for sure I Carly was huge and Sam was the co star. And I. Cat was the co star in victorious victorious never got to the level that I hardly was that. So at the time they put these characters in. But then everybody realized that Arianna ground. I could sing. Yes. So then genetic Kurti was fucked McCurdy can sing not like. Not not even close now are gone days talent is does sing Ariana GRANDE Grandes impressions that she does the girl is there's one it song mind McCurdy that I actually you solicit to told remember what the name of it is. But it was a it was a it was a while back. She's got a lot. She's had. Did she sing the? Our carly. She didn't think that the what was our colleague theme song. I forget Marand Cosco saying it some way. Oh, right. That's not helping me at all. I know. All songs are like from two thousand nine so. Yeah, it was it was he didn't really have a boom in career because she was also in competition with Miranda Cosgrove. Yeah. Anybody was almost anybody's music. It was going to be Miranda Cosgrove over genetic Hertie. That was I think saw maranda. Jeez. This is it that was not McCarthy. Cosgrove? She didn't even have that. And I think that Arianna Guerande sang the victorious theme song. No. She definitely didn't not making that up. Definitely. Justice saying, that's that's something. We don't talk Victoria Justice like I feel bad for her because I feel like Vichy are of her show. And she was she's not even the biggest star from her show. Right. You know what? I mean, the the show was literally called victorious for Victoria Justice. She's she's like deep on in the Instagram game. These days I feel like I see her in all the revolve stuff revolve gal. She's at all those things. Just fifteen million script followers. But I haven't I don't I haven't seen her do a lot of. Acting recently. No, she had a show for a little bit on MTV that I thought was going to be a good show. And I stop. Sam, you know, who's liked a lot of her recent pictures on Instagram. John Mayer Jason. Jason. Oh that doesn't shock me. At all. That'd be a good parent. It would be maybe oh it was called candy. There was only eleven episode. It didn't get it did not last long. I remember that it was a confusing plot. She was a hacker. Yeah. Yeah. Wasn't wasn't gonna work. Now. That's a one season show for sure. But it's one of those days like now with Instagram she necessarily need to ask she doesn't need to do anything. She's guys fifty million followers. She can do whatever the fuck. She wants. And. She wants to just do ads on Instagram. She could make millions. She probably does make xactly. She also has. I think she is. So so fine, go go. She has ten million on Twitter. Yes. I might like sh-. She's fine. Oh, yes. She's like a fashion blocker. Yes. She's very big in fashion now. Yeah. She didn't eat act anymore and she had Zoe wanna one two right? So true. It's not like she was a one hit. So frigging sad Wednesday wanna one because Jamie. I just wanted that show to go on forever. I just wanted Zoe and chased finally get their time together. And it just never really happened. Remember, the heartbreak and confusion when you heard that Jamie was fears was pregnant I was so young. I was like how could she be pregnant? I was so mind boggled this. This is my this is this your favorite Nickelodeon show. It's my child it's up there with Drake. And josh. Yes, I think I would put so one book want before drinking. Josh I loved so we wanna one oh, man. I'll watch so much. So we wanna want same. So my heart was crushed. And listen, I'm not blaming Jamie Lynn spears, but I was very confused as young. Child right here. Yeah. Hearing that she was pregnant at sixteen years old..
"cosgrove" Discussed on Lower Your Expectations with Marcus Butler
"So you're going on a big trip tomorrow on north because this tro Oscar. Surprised she got time considered where we're going today. So if you've ever been to Disneyland those monorails and we're getting on the monitor, but hang on a minute, it's not going on on the ground. It's going up into space and we've left the atmosphere and we've done a good job because that Russian shipped in diversity. Well, the other day, but they're are fine, which is the main thing, and we're up there and we'll look in your Facebook watch. You've got vine which is apparently coming back a bit faded, but it's there and Snapchat and hang on a minute. That's a really cool sign. What does that say is in neon lights, and it says digital world coup. So this week we've landed and we're talking about the new child stars, whereas before MacAulay Culkin and the kid that was in. The little vampire and sterling to that. He was a big challenge. And Miranda Cosgrove I'm looking to name child stars in the world, but anyway, it's the new child star youtuber. That's the question I would like to explore. We would research in every day for video and turns out there is a shit ton of channels who I've got a lot of things which we're going to get into, but essentially families and maybe companies who've set up and hired kids on now putting their kids or the hired kids in front of the camera in the traditional YouTube way in terms of sat down camera and the kids then perform to the camera e were very disturbed. Johnny's fucking weird. You just kept saying, this is also you need to watch all my God made. This is crazy. So weird come on foot. We literally there's four fives. The first one that came to light. I guess it was Ryan's toys reviews, right toys. R. us the really little cute Asian. Did his family just kind of orchestrating everything he does, and he was absolutely smashing. It say he is channel their parents. His college fund is. College from was cleared in two days. Was a lot unpack here. There's a lot to talk about. I would like to start with a simple question. What ages are okay to stop hearing on YouTube and also there's a big question. Macron consent here is, well. How do you get consent from a child. So hard because my biggest concern of all of this is that the kid is going to end up regretting when they are old enough to form opinions and realize what they've been through. My biggest concern is house I can affect the kid and I've always had the same family blogging thing purely based on my own experience with I've posted of myself online a start posting videos. I sixteen..
CMS proposes site neutral payment rule
"Would save Medicare, six hundred ten million annually and patients would pay about one hundred and fifty million in reduced copays. Here's our take CMS said more in its press release, but first things first CMS estimates that it pays seventy five to eighty five dollars more for the exact same services performed in a hospital outpatient setting. Then physician offices eliminating the disparity just makes sense. But by leveling the playing field, there would be winners and losers, large academic systems with substantial outpatient footprint would be worse off. For instance, estimates that Cleveland Clinic would lose twenty two million of reimbursement for outpatient services from two thousand eighteen to twenty nineteen male clinic would be out eleven point. Three million on the winning side is cedar Sinai Medical Center, which CMS says would receive seven point seven million more under the proposed rule in general, large physician group stand to gain from the new role as well. See, also seeking comments on how to best leverage the competitive acquisition program to reduce the cost of prescription drugs. But what really had the Twitter verse of buzz with CMS proposal to reduce three forty. Be payments in twenty nineteen to non accepted off campus departments of hospitals that are paid under the physician fee schedule earlier this year CMS had already reduced one point, six billion in Medicare outpatient drug payments to some three forty b hospitals. Here's some reactions excerpted from Becker's hospital CFO report America's essential hospital said that the proposed rule would quote impose draconian new cuts that jeopardize healthcare access for millions of Americans as well as undermined. The foundation of support for our nation's health care safety net. The American hospital association said, quote, in two thousand fifteen. Congress clearly intended to provide current off campus hospital clinics with the existing outpatient payment rate in recognition of the critical role. They play in their communities, but CMS proposal runs counter to this and will instead impede access to care for the most vulnerable patients and three forty beheld said quote in two thousand eighteen CMs, lashed one point, six billion for Medicare outpatient drug payments, too many, three forty hospitals, a reduction of nearly thirty percent CMS now plans to make bad rule worse extending the cuts to drugs provided in certain off campus hospital clinics, including facilities, providing infusion therapy for cancer patients. And other high cost drug therapies to treat chronic and life threatening conditions, not everyone criticized the move. However, Dr far Saad most of Shari founder of the ACO accelerator allocate said in a prepared statement, quote, this will level the playing field between independent practices and huge healthcare systems. While hospitals undoubtedly will oppose this new rule, they should welcome it as it could help them become more competitive in value based payment contracts, which is the future of healthcare. Here's what else you need to know. Paul, global management will acquire life point health for five point, six billion in cash and debt. Apollo merge life point with RC c. h. healthcare partners. Another hospital operated, the private equity firm owns the newly combined system will operate under the life point. Health name will be led by current life point chairman and CEO William carpenter. The third, the new entity will be headquartered in Brentwood. Tennessee were both live point in our c. c. h. or currently located, if the deal is approved by regulators in life point shareholders, life point will operate eighty four hospitals in thirty states primarily in rural areas with seven thousand affiliated physicians, sixty thousand employees and an annual revenue of more than eight billion. On Tuesday. CMS said it is restarting the health insurance risk adjustment program with an interim final rule, which will allow the agency to provide ten point, four billion in risk adjustment funding to ensures as reported previously a federal appeals court in June ruled that the health and human services department was not obligated to pay insures the more than twelve billion in risk corridor payments that have accrued today. CMS said, quote, this important step fills a void created by federal district courts vacating of the previously issued methodology and enables the agency to resume the CMS operated risk adjustment program in the individual and small group markets. RWJ Barnabus health Rutgers University officially launched their public private partnership to form an academic health system. While the two organizations aren't officially merging our Debbie, Jay Barnabus said it would be forming a comprehensive medical group, including employed physicians and other healthcare professionals from our WJ Barnabus and Rutgers health according to a statement, be Barnabus health, one vest, one hundred million initially and then more than one billion over twenty years to expand in the education and research mission of the integrated academic health system are WJ Barnabus will also fund the construction of an ambulatory care center in New Brunswick and a new clinical research building for the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Rutgers currently operates the New Jersey medical school and the Robert Wood Johnson medical school. Baylor, Scott and white quality alliance announced its largest commercial ACO contract to date after reached an agreement with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas for one hundred forty thousand members in north and central Texas Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas said it now has more than one million lives under value based care agreements, Baylor, Scott, and white quality alliance. Baylor, Scott and whites. SEO is one of the nation's largest ACO's with six hundred thousand covered lives. Six thousand physicians and fifty hospitals. Readers reported that the Trump administration has proposed a rule that would scale back or eliminate protections that allow rebates between drug manufacturers and pharmacy benefit managers HHS secretary, Alex czar in Dr Scott Gottlieb head of the food and Drug administration have publicly questioned whether rebates provided by drug manufacturers should remain protected by federal law. According to routers on Wednesday, HHS sent the proposed rule to the office of management and budget, but details haven't been made public. Google appointed former Cleveland clinic's EEO Dr Delo Toby Cosgrove as executive advisor to the Google cloud healthcare and life sciences team. From all of us at Darwin research group. Thanks for listening. Please be sure to rate review and subscribe to healthcare rounds. If you have a topic he'd like to see covered in a future episode. Please Email us at podcast at Darwin research dot com. And if you haven't already subscribed to our weekly strategic brief, go to Darmon research dot com and subscribe today. See next round.
"cosgrove" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Sports in Boston brought me Jim Weller, Allen Cosgrove and the the anti social media, the anti? Yeah, everything guy, Dave Tate. Was there smitty was there so's my first time speaking in front of the big group. I was absolutely the worst speaker ever. I was a nervous. I was starring. I was just horrible. And I said to myself, like I said, talk telling ourselves a story or writing a narrative. You're like, I can't. I can't speak. I'm horrible speaking. I can't speak in front of groups and so I didn't do it probably for five years, two thousand twelve, maybe something like that. And then a couple of guys invited me to speak out at smaller things. And I was like, let me try it again. You know, I'm here I've, I've kind of worked on myself going through that. Journey a little bit, and I'll pretty good and I had fallen at it. And then I sort of doing improv classes at second city Hollywood about four years ago. And that was a game changer for me as this is amazing because you know John Morrison, John Hennigan. Absolutely, yes. So John texted me one day and he's like, hey, I'm doing a show at second city. Not you guys wanna come check it out, and I was like, yeah, sure. I'd love to. So I go watch the show and afterwards in the bars, like dude, that was amazing. I loved it. He's he's wild. He doesn't mind he'll make the biggest. Oh, yeah. Yeah, totally. And then do you know Ryan Neth off sigler's brother? I do not know. Okay. So he was. I don't know if he was at Ohio values in annexed t. but anyway, so it's a Ryan was there. And I was like, man, I gotta do this. And one of the one of the teachers at second city was with us at the bar after, and he said, next semester starts tomorrow. He's a hero register right now registered on my phone allow started and within fifteen minutes of the first class, it was like, this is what I was missing. This is gonna push me and make me better and get me out of my comfort zone. And I was better than I would have been a few years earlier because I had read so many books on communication skills and human nature and psychology. So some of the things we're learning in class listening skills and all that I kinda grasped faster than some of the people there..
"cosgrove" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And you know this media giant the only thing he did was he picked up the phone and called toby cosgrove who was the ceo of the cleaning cleveland clinic because elizabeth had told him that theranos was about to announce a partnership with the cleveland clinic and and toby cosgrove you know spoke highly of him and that that was essentially the only duediligence that that rupert murdoch did there was one investor in the late round a hedge fund called partner fund management based in san francisco that did actually try to do some due diligence and met several times with sunshine elizabeth and late thirteen or early two thousand fourteen at their noses offices and they were shown these scatter plots that purported to show a theranos clinical data and purported to show that the fairness finger stick tests were super well correlated traditional testing they were shown revenue and profit projections that sonny bono's boyfriend just basically fabricated out of whole cloth i mean they were outright lied to and they invested almost one hundred million dollars and dwi gibson speaking with john kerry ru about his book bad blood secrets and lies in a silicone valley startup published by alfred economic let's talk about the board elizabeth was able to build it was quite powerful how did she recruit those board members who were some of them right and so this goes back to what i was talking about earlier which is that elizabeth's trick from the getgo was to win the backing and support of someone who's older and experience and had credibility and had a a sterling reputation and then leverage that association she did that i with channing robertson her stanford engineering school professor then donald l lucas the venture capitalist who had groomed larry ellison who became the chair chairman of fairness as board by two thousand ten two thousand eleven unfortunately donald l lucas started developing alzheimer's disease so she pivoted to george shultz famous former secretary of state who crafted the ray reagan administration's foreign policy and is credited by many with you know having won the the cold war essentially thing to know about schultz's he lives in a house right off the stanford campus and he's passionate about science.
"cosgrove" Discussed on The Morning Breath
"It was also like your tacky and i hate you just so many things oh marinda cosgrove murray is so cute in that movie wear the cosgrove is such a snitching that movie no she looked she's beautiful i understood watching it now is an adult i understood by she was a big successful child actress and fifty four is supported by more than tell me what is it right no it's no way good i was just a new no and that's magic number it's just such a good movie and it's like it doesn't get enough credit for being as good of a movie as it is it's really true also tom broadway now we should see it that's a nobrainer i hope we just talking about others they want to ads on the list let's go see it i hope they hit stick to the original script though because there's so much there they don't have the line about six two men to demand nieto says i'm not interested this is so good and like the guy who took his place in the bands when they shaw the battle the banned islamic it's such a great but it all day i really can we should have like a a big viewing deck i the drummer who is a kind of me in but was friends with the bodyguard he was which like when i was a kid the blonde kid who's the drummer and he can get a notorious badboy he's at the back of arms firm totally anyways oh and then like the big aretha girl who they were leg she was a i can't sing and then like they put her in as like.
"cosgrove" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Mm you're putting a lot of i assuming a lot of vandi when i know you know nothing about him what i'm doing lindsey is giving zandi the benefit of the doubt because i've never seen leah michelle happier than she is was anti it's true she's she is truly doing okay i mean the the reporter asked you're in a great price in your life and she said yeah you know who else is doing okay who miranda cosgrove oh tell me more well she officially changed her major according to just era and again according to just shared it is and what you think whose thinking about her major read the just jarrett is a junior or regular jared this is junior this read the just year junior headline though marinda cosgrove changed her college major with just a year left to go love it welcomed a college tell me more let's revolting they despicable me actress opened up about switching her major with only one year left to go at usc from film studies to psychology classroom absolute classic that so actress taking a break to go to college move here we go i keep switching at she admits during her interview on live with ryan and kelly kellyanne and ryan aranda ads my dad did psychology at usc too but now he owns a dry cleaning business he's still says he uses it all the time though check out a study mode below he is a cycle of thing hit ocha's like on his customers i guess i dunno on someone okay interesting study mabilo and she just this lashkar sheila flash cards yeah now it's great also led what will now save i'm ran across grow nothing igf had something and i was like that so not interesting who cares and so i'm just i'm i'm done i think she's interesting why because she was so huge on on does he channel jianlin she had such or is that nickelodeon notice he channel she had such a huge show i quarterly didn't.
"cosgrove" Discussed on KPCC
"The refer to be a would homeless geographic and hugh i her repurchased on in australia and in china we'd be the up to get sample from the base that of amount of two cosgrove already put them in the context of the rest of the micrograms diversity of a private now by now i understand that there was a large spongy study that the sponges they used your database for what did they find their absolately civil spongebob herbon project was an important part of the of the ethnic herbon projects just slightly the parallel projects and corals on bids about the number of other trust metaksa say what they were able to do a previous studies on sponges would use different methods and different locations and in different species while we were able to do was provide one overarching uh picture that's showed what drives style this to the microbes and sponges intensive intense of the depth of the water uh the two graphic location and also uh all said the speciesspecific signatures about how particular microbes can only associate with particular sponges and the same kinds of principles again of a useful pretty much anywhere else lee in the animal kingdom including things i tried to understand how particular microbes attached security will why you were talking about just before on the show and jack understand that scientists are using the database in a occurrence study of the the microbiome of the komodo dragon here we regard in regard to all kinds of animal hartmann everyday depends on what we cannot cover the of what are what most impressive about this study is is left with khan of environment you've gone into a more it it a a pass pete who educated about where microbes found the give it avoids the ultimate fueled guide to bacteria we even have trading called her part had bacteria putting unique sequences which tell us about organism weu fear and it found in all of these different environments and we found book some might crude are really really well distributed across the via rick which turned you've perspective we are we who doping could very well unique environment with humping of the hit hutton level hub maridi wide distribution find markers in the soil widow her crown luna in.
"cosgrove" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"I heard from your patients and staff today about how important that medicaid expansion has been to their care to the operations one senator from ohio rob portman could end up being a crucial swing vote here what are you telling rob portman about repeal of the cia and specifically about medicaid expansion i spoke to him about the uh this in a was hopeful of this a repeal would not happen i think the root the the reason i feel that way is i don't think it is dealing with the root caused the problem the root cause of the problem is the aims escalating cost of health care cross country and until we begin to deal with that and deal with it in a bipartisan fashion i don't think they were going to actually begin to solve our issues and uh i you know in the current bill it is just moving money from one group to another group and really not solving of the root causes said the root cause of healthcare and then this high prices can come from a lot of different thanks there's i pharmaceutical costs which of impacted the clinics bottomline there's high prices period which providers play a role in setting too in you remind dr cosgrove what is the reform that washington needs to be talking about that it's not tackling and healthcare so i think you have to go at it from two aspects i think you have to go out of from the aspect of how we can make the delivery of care to people were sick more efficient.
"cosgrove" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"Healthcare is working along very well he could have a big surprise with a great healthcare package show now they're happy i'm dan diamond this is pulse check and that was president donald trump on wednesday signalling again that the healthcare fight continues to twist and turn here in dc at the politico office we are tracking those twists and turns and i'll be joined in a moment by jan habur coroner seen a reporter will give a quick sketch unaware things stand or republicans health bill but then after the break you'll hear my conversation with toby cosgrove seal the cleveland clinic one of the world's great hospitals unaware he thinks the healthcare push should go and what his challenges are beating incredibly large and influential organisation at his way outside the beltway and note your cordoba central bs office the audio quality will sound a little bit like were underwater the despite that wanted to bring you that conversation district quick reminder if you like pulse check i bet you will like the political pulse newsletter comes every morning tracts the latest turns in the healthcare fight you can get it for free at ten am and you can get it at six am if you're approved subscriber find the pulse newsletter at politico dot com slash politico pulse and also remember to rate and share this podcast especially now with healthcare forefront in the news these find us on your favorite podcast app and tele friend this is the time to be listening appeals jagged there ever was one in view of thoughts for me amid de diamond at politico dot com or at d diamond on twitter.
"cosgrove" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"So good so they said hey josh where is drake and he says this is a josh pat quote i have no good answer for people and i get it all the time which is like wears drake i wish i had a better answer but probably at home whole foods i don't know it's a good answer it's a it's a really good answer visit like the shady it could be interpreted as i don't care enough to talk about a who knows i don't think it actually as she gets really funny i get it is literally means i don't know her anymore i just want think when whole foods rights whole foods who knows that liberties go vote this is the best part of the story so everyone rights mattis we tell you something drink josh wasn't even on tv very long drinking of only was barely on four seasons it wasn't a while it i have it's a while but it's not huge it's not like hannah monte i just don't put put it in the pantheon of you know big nickelodeon shows handling on you know it's not like i carli the neither of them ended up like uh my lee cyrus i'm randy cosgrove daddy ryan clark wearing up are you much brandt randy cosgrove because that's what i was gonna also mentioned did you see this other thing about miranda cosgrove no i i just did they were peers no but apparently people are now commenting on maranta cosgrove's instagram like you took drake's reputation to the wedding like there are people are damning heard comments like meghan is ruining josh his marriage to her name was meghan on the show what do you have bigham what did you do make it you weren't invited the wedding i'm hardworking right i'm dead you weren't invited the win either because i guess she wasn't invited to the wedding or she was confusing anyways i just love that their people are dragging her into it people are really in their own heads about this.