Governor Rick “Oops” Perry — a man who is more than just a pair of smart glasses — has dropped out of the hilariously crowded 2016 presidential race. Well, he’s calling it “suspending” his campaign, not dropping out.

Alex Logan Governor Rick “Oops” Perry — a man who is more than just a pair of smart glasses — has dropped out of the hilariously crowded 2016 presidential race. Well, he’s calling it “suspending” his campaign, not dropping out. Slate reports that the Texas governor, who refused affordable healthcare for the citizens of his

It’s time again to answer questions from you, my vigilant fans! Got a question for the Governor? Sound off at Ora.tv/OffTheGrid.

Off The Grid John McCarthy from Illinois asks: You have said that ending involvement in Middle East Wars is your single issue for the 2016 campaign, so why would you consider running with Trump when he is trying to sink the peace deal with Iran? Jesse Says: Related Story Jesse Ventura Says He Will Never

The Ferguson Commission, a 16-member panel appointed by Missouri Governor Nixon, has asked for the decrease of the use of police force.

Jen Hobbs The Ferguson Commission was formed after the shooting of Michael Brown. It doesn’t have any power to enact anything it proposes, but it sure has some good ideas… According to the 198-page report released online today, the commission is calling for “the consolidation of police departments and municipal courts in the St. Louis area,

An investigation is ongoing after Egyptian forces allegedly mistake Mexican tourists as militants and kill them while hunting in a desert near Cairo.

Kanika Lal An investigation is ongoing after Egyptian security forces killed a group of tourists, allegedly mistaking them for a group of militants. They were hunting in the desert near Cairo, according to Egypt’s interior ministry. Related Story President Obama Extends Paid Sick Leave in Honor of Labor Day A total of 12 people were

The national conservative group Club for Growth announced a $1 million ad campaign attacking Donald Trump, marking the most direct and well-funded attempt from within the Republican Party yet to take down its presidential front-runner.

Off The Grid This is wonderful in its own way. I’ve never seen a party attack one of its own! It’s kind of interesting to watch. The Republican establishment is so anti-Trump that they don’t know what to do with him. Now they have to take him on. This is just a preview of the

Richard Glossip was sentenced to death solely based off of the testimony of another man. His execution is scheduled for Wed. September 16, 2015

Off The Grid Richard Glossip was working at the Best Budget Motel in Oklahoma City when his boss and motel owner, Barry Von Treese, was found dead in one of the rooms. One week later Justin Sneed, the 19-year-old handyman and meth addict, was arrested. Sneed then confessed to beating Von Treese to death with a baseball

Baruch College fraternity Pi Delta Psi and its members are facing charges after freshman Michael Deng died from serious injuries and delayed medical treatment.

Kanika Lal Five Baruch College fraternity members will face multiple charges for allegedly killing a college freshman in December 2013. Related Story President Obama Extends Paid Sick Leave in Honor of Labor Day Pocono Mountain regional police chief Chris Wagner told reporters college freshman Michael Deng, who died of injuries during a hazing ritual, was

14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed just wanted to impress his engineering teacher with his homemade clock. Instead, he ended up in handcuffs.

Off The Grid Ahmed Mohamed is a 14-year-old high school student from Irving, Texas who aspires to be an engineer. Over the weekend he decided to take apart a clock and rebuild it inside his pencil case. Proud of his accomplishment, he decided to take it to school on Monday to show his engineering teacher. That

Advocates are pushing for legalization of marijuana on the 2016 ballot. The Florida Cannabis Act would regulate marijuana the same as alcohol is regulated.

Kanika Lal Recreational marijuana advocates are pushing for an initiative on the 2016 ballot that would grant Florida residents the right to vote on legalizing pot. The Florida Cannabis Act would allow anyone 21 and older to purchase and possess up to one ounce of marijuana. Adults could also grow up to six cannabis plants