'The Five' looks back: From Rittenhouse to Afghanistan to inflation - the biggest stories of 2021
“The Five” panel reveals the biggest and most consequential stories of 2021.
That made the Rittenhouse case one of the top stories of 2021.
"Mine is the Kyle Rittenhouse trial," said "Five" co-host Jesse Watters. "We had cameras in the courtroom for this trial. If there had not been cameras in the courtroom, this country would have perceived what happened that scary day very, very differently. So it was almost like a formal education in prosecutorial misconduct in constitutional law and everything that the media tried to spin one way ended up being a complete disaster. So, we saw the trial in real-time. We saw a jury deliberate methodically, and people at this table believe that was pretty cut and dry self-defense… and it opened people's eyes."
Dana Perino thought the emergence of civilian spaceflights was a big story in 2021. The nation watched the rich, famous and affluent - celebrities such as Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, William Shatner and Michael Strahan, among others - take trips into orbit. Perino suggested spaceflight companies taking civilians into space will have an "impact for many decades to come."
Many Americans' top vacation destinations this spring are in Europe, with lower prices, milder weather and loosening travel restrictions driving people overseas.
I spoke at UC Davis about politics. Leftists responded with lies and attacks but said my words were violence
I have been speaking for nearly a decade on college campuses. To the left opposing speech is 'violence.' This week was the most jarring example yet of how the left views speech.
The San Mateo County superintendent and school board filed a lawsuit against YouTube, Snapchat and TikTok, alleging that they created a mental health crisis.
A so-called "Snapchat Drug Cartel" has allegedly contributed to the deaths of at least nine minors according to a new lawsuit filed this week in Los Angeles.
HBO's Bill Maher railed against the San Francisco's plan to give all Black residents $5 million in reparations as well as the turmoil that erupted on the campus of Stanford University.
Rock 'n' roll pioneer Chuck Berry died on this day in history, March 18, 2017, at age 90; he won numerous awards during his musical career. His life was not without controversy, however.
The CDC reported that cases of babesiosis, a parasitic disease spread by infected ticks, saw a significant uptick between 2011 and 2019 in some northeastern states.
Brooke Shields revealed she was hoping to "sow her oats" after a brief breakup with husband Chris Henchy. The couple wed in 2001 and share two daughters.
Stanford Law protesters demand to have names redacted from news reports: 'Not how the First Amendment works'
Stanford Law students expressed anger about being publicly named in relation to their actions in support of a public protest against Trump-appointed U.S. Circuit Judge Duncan.
Supermodel and mother of three Ashley Graham said after getting pregnant with her twin boys, her husband decided to get a vasectomy. The also have a 3-year-old.
Police say a Boston, Massachusetts man caused a disturbance on the subway after threatening passengers with his unusual pet- Jerry the rat.