The Five on Monday discussed the messaging by Democrats and Republicans with the midterm elections just over one week away.
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The co-hosts of "The Five" on Friday reacted to the news that the Senate Judiciary Committee has referred attorney Michael Avenatti and client Julie Swetnick for criminal investigation.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said it was "disgraceful" for Rep. Maxine Waters to call on President Trump to "take responsibility" for the slew of package bombs sent to prominent Democrats.
Jesse Watters called out the left for attempting to make President Trump an "accessory" in the targeting of prominent Democrats with package bombs.
Brown University is providing programs for male students, claiming that curbing "toxic masculinity” will be beneficial not only for men, but for society as a whole.
Greg Gutfeld said Wednesday on The Five that Democrats need Republicans to act as "the bad guys" when it comes to the growing migrant caravan headed toward the country's southern border.
Juan Williams blasted President Donald Trump and some of his Republican acolytes while discussing the Central American migrant caravan Tuesday on The Five.
Greg Gutfeld said that today's colleges and universities are "basically our own Venezuela" within the United States.
The Five was live from Dallas, Texas, on Monday, and the panel discussed at length the border security issue facing the Lone Star State and the rest of America.
The panel on "The Five" reacted to several Democrats making politically charged remarks about President Trump and the United States this week.
Ahead of the highly anticipated Midterm Elections on November 6th, The Five is hitting the road.
The panel on "The Five" reacted to a pair of Hollywood actresses banning their daughters from viewing some animated fairy tale films.