Eric Deggans, Carol Lin Egg, Joel Greenberg discussed on Reset
We check in with NPR TV critic Eric Deggans about how black trauma is showing up in popular entertainment and the effect that it's having on viewers, including him up next right here on reset from 91 5. W be easy, but first violence is escalating. In Gaza. Here's Lisa Sasha. The Israeli military says it destroyed 15 kilometers of militant tunnels and the homes of nine Hamas commanders. International diplomats continue to work to end the war that Has killed hundreds of people the U. S signaling today it would not pressure the two sides for a cease fire of Florida politician is pleading guilty to six federal charges and has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors. As part of a plea deal. Joel Greenberg appeared today in federal court in Orlando. Greenberg pleaded guilty to charges including sex trafficking of a minor and admitted he paid at least one underage girl to have sex with him and other men. Greenberg is a longtime associate of Florida Congressman Matt Gates. Gates was not mentioned in the plea agreement or during today's hearing. Eurovision is back. Last year's Eurovision Song contest was canceled because the pandemic but it is on bands and singers from 39 countries are competing and the Dutch port city of Rotterdam for the coveted title. Thousands of fans will be allowed to watch rehearsals semifinals and final on Saturday if they test negative for Corona virus. On the next fresh air failure in dysfunction at the U. S Secret Service reporter Carol Lin Egg talks about understaffing, low morale and other issues at the agency. When a man with a knife jumped the White House fence in 2014..