Ahead of the highly anticipated Midterm Elections on November 6th, The Five is hitting the road.
Stories from The Five
The panel on "The Five" reacted to a pair of Hollywood actresses banning their daughters from viewing some animated fairy tale films.
The panel on "The Five" reacted to Democrats like Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke adopting tactics from a man they claim to despise -- President Trump.
"The Five" took on the implosion of Sen. Elizabeth Warren's claims of quantitative Native American ancestry.
Dana Perino reacted to an interview Hillary Clinton gave to CBS News in which she said her husband "absolutely" should not have resigned as president over his affair with intern Monica Lewinsky.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to an ad put out by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, in an apparent response to President Trump repeatedly labeling her "Pocahontas" and riffing on her claims of Native American ancestry.
The panel on "The Five" reacted to a new GOP ad, which uses top Democrats' incendiary rhetoric to prove they have ushered in the politically-charged mobs in cities like Washington, D.C. and Portland, Ore.
A new poll found that 80 percent of Americans believe political correctness is a problem, including large majorities of minority groups.
Juan Williams blasted President Trump's Oval Office meeting with musician Kanye West and former Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown.
Jesse Watters and the panel on "The Five" discussed attorney Michael Avenatti's reported offer to battle Donald Trump Jr. in a "three-round mixed-martial arts fight."
In his monologue Wednesday, Greg Gutfeld praised President Trump's USA Today op-ed warning of the dangers of the Democrats' shift toward socialism.
Greg Gutfeld played video Monday of an angry mob of left-wing activists issuing directional demands to motorists and other civilians in Portland, Oregon.