The Five reacted to a speech Leonardo DiCaprio gave regarding climate change at Yale University.
Stories from The Five
Several mainstream media personalities ripped President Trump's speech to the United Nations, including MSNBC's Chris Matthews and ABC's Terry Moran.
"The Five" discussed Harvard University offering disgraced former soldier Chelsea Manning a fellowship at their Massachusetts institution.
Over the past three months, evening news coverage of President Donald Trump on the main broadcast stations was 91 percent negative, according to a new Media Research Center study.
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.
Greg Gutfeld reflected on the heroic actions of the passengers on United Airlines Flight 93 on 9/11/01.
Greg Gutfeld pointed out how much Hurricane Harvey relief efforts had calmed down the storms in politics.
Rush Limbaugh said President Trump "knows his base," and his decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program follows through on a key campaign promise.
Greg Gutfeld said President Trump's various media and political critics seem are running ways to mock him after the nation saw him on-the-ground in storm-ravaged Texas.
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.
Fox News correspondent Steve Harrigan was barely standing when he reported from Corpus Christi, Texas last night as the city was slammed by Hurricane Harvey.