"The Five" discussed Harvard University offering disgraced former soldier Chelsea Manning a fellowship at their Massachusetts institution.
Jesse Watters currently serves as a co-host of "The Five," weekdays at 9:00pm ET on FOX News Channel (FNC), and the host of "Watters' World," Saturdays at 8:00pm ET.
He joined FNC in 2002 as a production assistant in the newsroom.
As the host of "Watters' World," Jesse provides viewers with a one-of-a-kind look at the latest headlines and conducts interviews with newsmakers.
The series launched in November 2015, building on Watters' popular "man on the street" segments from "The O'Reilly Factor."
Jesse graduated from Trinity College in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in history.
Stories from Jesse Watters
Jesse Watters reacted to CNN's Jim Acosta asking a question about climate change and its effect on the hurricane season, at a White House press briefing.
Jesse Watters criticized former CBS anchor Dan Rather, who said on MSNBC that President Trump is "seized with fear" that Robert Mueller has correctly discovered the "Hurricane Vladimir" about to make landfall in Washington.
Jesse Watters said that during natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey, it is hard for the left or the press to spin what is happening on the ground.
Scott Baio has had enough of the political correctness that in some cases leads to violence.
President Donald Trump has granted a presidential pardon to Joe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona.
Jesse Watters reminded Americans that destroying monuments to history is a habit of the Taliban, not American citizens.
In the wake of the Barcelona terror attack, Jesse Watters said America is lucky to be separated from Europe by an ocean.
Jesse Watters and Juan Williams debated the merits of President Trump's latest response to the unrest in Charlottesville, Va.
Jesse Watters reacted to the barrage of attacks from the left directed at President Trump following white supremacist rioting in Charlottesville, Va.
Guam's governor took a personal call from the president of the United States and streamed it on Facebook.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) is proposing increasing the age to vote or join the military to 21 to be consistent with a new law hiking the legal age to buy tobacco.