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A five-person panel discusses some of the top news stories, with a focus on politics, on this daily show. Three of the seats at the desk are occupied by the program's co-hosts: Eric Bolling, Katherine Timpf and Eboni K. Williams. The other two spots are filled on a rotating basis by guest experts -- the specialists referenced in the show's title -- who come from various backgrounds, including journalism, politics and entertainment.The quintet dives into the headlines, offering the hosts' and specialists' unique analysis on the news stories that are trending that day.

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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.
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Eric Bolling, Kat Timpf, and Eboni Williams host.

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