Transcript for How Donald Trump's Tax Plan Could Impact Your Wallet
Back now with the big board. Our team of insiders standing by live. Rebecca Jarvis here at the table. One of the big, big campaign promises. Donald Trump's tax plan. Promising a sweeping tax cut for millions. Break it down. For most people under what Donald Trump, president-elect Donald Trump has talked about, most people would see some type of tax cut. Now, the more money you make, the bigger tax cut you'll get under the plans that he has outlined. There are certain people who might see their taxes go up. The tax policy center crumpled the numbers. If you're a single parent making $75,000 a year, two kids, without child care, you could see your taxes go up $2400 because -- That's a big hit. Because of the child care tax credit sflp what does this mean for most of our viewers' bank accounts? If you go through it by information. They do it by Q urkts intiles. You'll see a $110 savings if you make $25,000 a year. $83,000 a year, about $1,000 in savings. $143,000 a year, about $2,000 in savings on the tax bill. This is based on the math of what we know at this point. Obviously, things shake out in the details. A lot to be seen on that one, thank you. Now to Facebook boss mark Zuckerberg. He's firing back against accusations that fake stories on the site influenced the election. He insists they did not. Is but is vowing to take action against them. Becky Worley joins us. What types of story are we talking about? Really inflammatory stories. Ones that are outright lies or supermisleading. Headlines. Take this one that said FBI agent suspected in Hillary e-mail leaks found dead. Gnat's fake store pip this one said Donald Trump had lost the support of the police unions when he had merely been chided by a union executive. A study by buzz feed showed top left wing sites published stories about 19% of the time. But right-wing sites published 38%. It's all about social feeds. Critics saying those viral hoaxes could have influenced the election. It has created real soul-searching at Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg is taking it seriously saying Facebook doesn't want hoaxes. They want meaningful info. He claimed 99% of what people see is authentic. He wants more ability to push accurate information to the tops of our feeds. But then, there's a big concern about those judgment calls. In his words, should Facebook itself become the arbiters of truth? Do they want to be fact-checkers? Isbook just a digital platform? Or are they bound by the rules of journalism and editorial responsibility? That's a big issue. And they haven't settled it yet, have they? No, this is an ongoing issue that they say they're going to research, George. Okay, Becky, thank you very much. Now to the latest cold case getting a new look. So many Americans fascinated by true crime store prips sunny Hostin here with new interest in the 1978 murder of "Hogan's heroes" star Bob crane. This cold case, George, is about to get very warm. And armchair detectives around the country remember this. A huge television star, Bob crane, gets bludgeoned to death by his alleged good friend John carpenter in 1978. Blood was found in carpenter's car. DNA evidence cleared him of that death of that murder. And he gets found not guilty. Well, fast forward to 2016, that DNA Ed gets retested. We may find out tonight who really killed Bob crane. All right, sunny. Depending on what happens tonight, could there be a new trial in this case? There could be. Bottom line is, you know, that John carpenter died in 1998. If the DNA evidence points to him, no new trial. The family gets closure. If this DNA evidence points to someone new, my goodness. We may have a renewed investigate investigation. New vigor. Maybe a new trial. There is no statute of limitations on murder. That was going to be my question. Thank you all very much.
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