Chrissy Teigen suggested on Thursday that President Donald Trump has had a detrimental effect on her mental and physical health.
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Liberal comedian Bill Maher said a top problem for the Democrats is that they paid too much attention to identity politics during the election.
CNN and President Trump's reelection campaign are trading written blows over accusations of "fake news" in the campaign's latest advertisement.
The Trump administration on Wednesday outlined its plan to overhaul the U.S. tax code, saying its priority is to provide tax relief to the middle class. The mainstream media, however, wasn't convinced.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to the final cancellation of Ann Coulter's speech at the University of California-Berkeley.
First daughter Ivanka Trump responded to a German newspaper that called her her father's "First Whisperer" while she was in Berlin to speak at a conference.
On "The Five," Greg Gutfeld said liberal students and others' ability to shut down debate and claim "hate speech" whenever a conservative is invited to campus is effectively "Sharia law for snowflakes."
Greg Gutfeld called out television personality Bill Nye the Science Guy for trying to silence opposing viewpoints on climate change.
"The Five" kicked off its first primetime show with a look at several left-wing politicians and celebrities who are not happy with President Trump's first 100 days.
On Friday, "The Five" co-hosts said goodbye to Eric Bolling, who will be hosting his own primetime show at 5:00 p.m. ET starting on May 1, while "The Five" moves to 9:00 p.m. ET starting Monday, April 24.
Eric Bolling said Iran is more of a danger than the regime of Kim Jong-un, saying the country was "North Korea on HGH steroids."
Since President Donald Trump’s election win, “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” has skyrocketed to the top of the late night television charts, knocking “The Tonight Show” out of the top spot for the first time since 2015.