The exit interview is often a good time to hear an honest take and an unvarnished opinion about an organization or an industry formed by years of experience. Wednesday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas, we'll conduct exit interviews from three high-profile community leaders -- in business development, support for developmentally disabled children and religious leadership -- as they leave or prepare to leave their jobs. Join host Mike McIntyre.
The doctor will see you now. And you. And you, too. No need to wait your turn, everybody can come in at once. Developing medical trends are changing the trip to the doctor's office. One of them: Group appointments where people share a doctor's appointment. Another old-fashioned medical trend is once again on the rise: house calls. And a newfangled trend has apps connecting patients and doctors.
The U.S. Department of Justice has issued a scathing review of Cleveland police tactics. Officers are too quick to pull out their guns, use excessive force, and the department fails to adequately investigate officers accused of using excessive force. We'll look deeper into the report and open the phones for your thoughts on the police and the shape of reform demanded by the federal government. Join host Mike McIntyre.
The U.S. Justice Department has a harsh critique of Cleveland police. Government findings say police consistently employ unconstitutional actions including excessive use of deadly force. Friday morning on The Sound of Ideas reporters roundtable we look at not only the results of the 18-month investigation, but what the city hopes to do to move forward. We'll look at the idea of walking around parts of downtown with alcohol in hand. Join host Rick Jackson starting at 9:00.
The unrest over the deadly shootings by police of a man in Ferguson, Missouri and a child in Cleveland have exposed a long simmering distrust of police by some in the black community. Earlier this week President Obama called for unity in arriving at a solution when he said, "we can build confidence and we can build trust but it's not going to happen overnight and it's not going to result from a conversation over a table in Washington." Let's begin with a conversation over a table here in Cleveland.
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