Dana Perino, Lawrence Jones and the rest of the panel on "The Five" Thursday discussed the outlook of potential Democratic candidates in the 2020 election.
Tom Shillue is a Fox News contributor and former host of "Red Eye." He joined FOX News Channel as a contributor in 2015 and is the host of "The Tom Shillue Show" from 3pm-6pm ET on Fox News Radio.
Shillue is a stand-up comedian who was previously a correspondent on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart." He has also appeared on NBC's "The Tonight Show" and received awards from the ECNY for "Best Storyteller" in 2011 and "Best One Person Show" in 2010.
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Former Clinton adviser Doug Schoen agreed with outgoing Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill's (Mo.) recent criticism of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, arguing the soon-to-be-freshman lawmaker should not be the new face of the party.
The panel on "The Five" Wednesday reacted to President Trump and the first lady making a surprise visit to troops in Iraq, Trump's first visit to a war zone since taking office.
The Five reacted to Democrats promising to obstruct President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee despite not yet having a name.
Jesse Watters reacted to former Vice President Joe Biden's recent criticisms of President Donald Trump.
Mercedes Schlapp questioned whether some of the lawyers hired by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for the Trump-Russia investigation are truly neutral.
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People at a zoo in China recently noticed something about one of the rare birds there.
A Kansas man reportedly told police that he had just robbed a bank because he wanted to go to jail instead of continue living with his wife.
A federal appeals court ruled this week that a ban on the sale of guns to medical marijuana card holders does not violate the Second Amendment.
Last night, Red Eye was sad to say goodbye to Joanne Nosuchinsky.
The man took issue with the bag of "carrot batons" that he purchased from grocery store Tesco.