Robert Beausoleil, Sharon Tate, Charles Manson discussed on Lee Matthews
Martha maccallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged. What I'm doing is making sure that whatever is develops through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news the really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's a midnight were there, Fox News channel, real news. Real honest opinion. We'll get an update on the job market later this hour, the monthly report economists, expect we'll show about one hundred eighty thousand people were hired some also predict the unemployment rate dipped again, others believe it or main to three point seven percents hiring remained robust at the end of the year despite worries about global growth trade and interest rates. The data will not reflect any impact from the partial government shutdown which started after the Labor Department conducted the survey the jobs figures could either heighten or ease concerns of a recession this year, FOX business network's Hillary barsky, Wall Street could react to what's in the report for now. Dow futures are up nearly three hundred the day after a six hundred sixty point Dow plunged the NASDAQ fell two hundred to three percent decline. One of Charles Manson's, followers, may soon be let on a prison Robert Beausoleil has been a parole eighteen times before but this time was different yesterday. The parole panel said he should be freed. He's now seventy one and was convicted in nineteen sixty nine of killing musician. Gary. Hinman that year Beausoleil was not involved in the most notorious killings of actress, Sharon Tate, and six others by other Manson followers. Tate's sister. Deborah was at the parole hearing and said she objects to both delays released because he keeps breaking prison rules by profiting from selling his art and music outside prison. California's incoming governor Gavin Newsom could block the parole Tanya, j powers Fox News in suburban Chicago, Illinois, a sheriff has put himself behind bars. King County sheriff Ron Hain trading in his police uniform for prisoner uniform at the Kane county Correctional Center in Saint Charles after hearing complaints from inmates about poor conditions chief beefs, food, clothing and cold cells. Hanes says the only way to know how bad it is is to experience it himself. That's scary Baumgarten. I'm Dave Anthony..