In his monologue, Greg Gutfeld said 2017 was a good year, despite being lamented en masse by the media.
Stories from The Five
Jesse Watters reacted to a report that former President Barack Obama gave a "free pass" to Hezbollah's drug trafficking operations - some of which affected the U.S. directly - to ensure the Iran nuclear deal would come to fruition.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to "Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson's announcement that he got a tattoo of Hillary Clinton as a Christmas "gift" to the former secretary of state.
Kimberly Guilfoyle said new revelations about James Comey’s draft statement on the Hillary Clinton email probe show that the former FBI director "overstepped his bounds."
For this week's edition of "Mom Texts," Jesse Watters invited a special guest for the segment.
Greg Gutfeld reacted Wednesday to Democrat Doug Jones' victory in Alabama on “The Five,” saying many on the political right are "bummed" by Republican Roy Moore's loss because Jones' win makes it harder to fulfill President Trump's agenda.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to the response given Monday afternoon by the family of the New York City terror attack suspect after he was apprehended and hospitalized.
The panel on The Five reacted to President Donald Trump and a top Alabama conservative Republican finding themselves on opposing sides of the Roy Moore-Doug Jones senate contest.
Jesse Watters believes that campaign-style rallies are crucial to President Trump maintaining a strong connection with his base.
Greg Gutfeld criticized former President Barack Obama for making a comparison between President Trump's election and the transition of Germany from the Weimar Republic to the Third Reich.
Greg Gutfeld discussed the FBI official who was reassigned from the Mueller investigation after sending politically-charged texts to his mistress.
Kimberly Guilfoyle reacted to a bill introduced by an Indiana Republican that would imprison and fine local officials who obstruct federal immigration enforcement.