You can go behind the scenes with Anderson and the team.We will also bring you extended versions of some of Anderson's biggest interviews.He knew from a young age that Charles Manson was his grandfather, but it never registered till one day in eighth-grade history class, said Freeman. was talking about Charles Manson and I'm looking around like, are there people staring at me?" Forbidden from talking about Charles Manson to his school friends lest they tease and taunt him, Freeman always felt different from the other kids.; Terror in Barcelona; Bannon: No Military Solution on North Korea, "They Got Us".Aired 6-7p ET At Least 13 Dead, Dozens Injured in Barcelona Terror Attack; ISIS Claims Barcelona Attackers as Its 'Soldiers'; Two Top GOP Senators Question Trump's Competency, Moral Authority.The Kremlin and the Trump White House continue to negotiate and trade barbs through the media, where each is trying to spin the narrative in its favor, as only two major players in the great game can do. The "Trump colluded with Russia" narrative is alive and well in the United States. Congress should enact legislation that would protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller from arbitrary firing by President Trump to short-circuit his investigation of alleged Russian government collusion with the Trump presidential campaign or related crimes. A controversial article in La Civilta Cattolica, a Vatican-approved publication, by editor-in-chief Jesuit Fr.
is reporting that Terry Keenan, a news anchor who previously worked for both Fox News and CNN, died suddenly Thursday night.
Additional details on the cause of death were not immediately available. Most recently, Keenan worked as a business columnist for the on Fox News from 2002 to 2009 (currently helmed by Eric Bolling).
Keenan also spent time at CNN and later CNBC in both on and off-camera roles between the years of 19.
Freeman, whose father killed himself in 1993, is "coming out," he says, because he wants the real Manson family to stop hiding from a name that still has the power to evoke fear.
Today, Freeman wants to understand his roots and himself a bit better, two things denied him as a child.