Jesse Watters reacted to the barrage of attacks from the left directed at President Trump following white supremacist rioting in Charlottesville, Va.
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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.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to the media controversy surrounding President Trump's response to North Korean aggression.
In his monologue on "The Five" tonight, Greg Gutfeld said the coverage of the infamous tarmac meeting between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton shows the media's bias.
On the heels of his latest fiery clash with a White House spokesperson, CNN correspondent Jim Acosta accused the Trump administration of continually targeting the "three M's."
Greg Gutfeld discussed the case of a 20-time deportee who is now accused of assaulting at least one person in Oregon.
In an interview with National Public Radio, Democratic National Committee Deputy Chair Keith Ellison said President Trump's style of Twitter usage draws parallels to King George III.
Rush Limbaugh tore into establishment Republicans for staging a silent coup against President Trump, Lisa Boothe reported.
Dana Perino said that the failure of the Senate Republicans' latest iteration of ObamaCare repeal shows that the GOP is not necessarily pro-small government.
Jesse Watters dismissed accusations of White House adviser Jared Kushner being embroiled in a massive Russian collusion scandal.
Protesters disrupted a press conference called by the Minneapolis mayor regarding the police shooting of an unarmed white mother.