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

Lawmakers have ordered a briefing with those involved with the Marine Corps study that claimed all-male units outperform units including women.

Kanika Lal A recent Marine Corps study stating all-male combat units perform better than combats including women, has sparked debate and a lawmaker briefing. Related Story Jesse Ventura Says He Will Never Use This Term This news comes just as the Pentagon is preparing to open all combat jobs to women. Representative Susan Davis said

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

The Justice Is Not For Sale Act would ban government contracts with private prisons, forcing local and state government responsible over state and local correctional facilities.

Off The Grid Bernie Sanders has just announced the next big issue he plans on taking on: private prisons. Sanders introduced a bill called the Justice is Not For Sale Act, which would ban government contracts with private prisons. “Study after study after study has shown private prisons are not cheaper, they are not safer,

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

Jeff Smisek stepped down as United Airlines’ chief executive last week amid a federal corruption probe. Bloomberg estimates he will walk away with $28.6 million, more than double his pay last year, which reached $12.8 million.

Off The Grid Here’s evidence that crime pays! It’s outrageous. This is the core of what is wrong with the United States of America today. It’s your classic example of a violation of what we should have which is a maximum wage. This guy is getting more money than he deserves, and more perks. He gets

Airline apologizes for stopping Captain Haag and his wife from boarding their return flight due to the captain’s service dog. But is an apology enough?

Jen Hobbs According to ServiceDogCentral.org, there are approximately 387,000 service dogs across the United States. This would lead one to believe it is fairly common for someone with a service dog to board an aircraft and that there are airline guidelines put in place to make sure this happens smoothly. This was not the case

For the first time among U.S. Food Processors, CEO of Peanut Corp. is convicted of knowingly selling tainted peanut butter, reportedly killing nine from a salmonella outbreak.

Kanika Lal A former CEO of Peanut Corporation of America will face 28 years in prison for his role in a salmonella outbreak, which reportedly killed nine Americans and sickened hundreds in 2008 to 2009. Stewart Parnell, ex-owner of Peanut Corp, appeared in a Georgia federal court with his brother and a former manager of

Three teens in southeastern Washington were charged with felonies for marijuana possession. The teens aged 14, 15 and 17 have been charged in nearby Asotin County with felonies that could net them up to five years in prison.

Off The Grid Do they have the same law for alcohol? If a kid drinks underage, is that kid then convicted of a felony? What about smoking cigarettes and using tobacco? If not, then this whole thing is hypocrisy. Maybe they’ve got the private sector running their prisons up there and they’re a little low

And another one bites the dust! The Grand Old Party once again thins the herd as Governor Scott Walker drops out of the race for most presidential candidates of all time.

Alex Logan According to the New York Times, “The short answer is money. He’s made a decision not to limp into Iowa.” A huge disappointment, I know, as we all wanted to see what other insanely asinine ideas he could come up with between now and Iowa. But don’t fret, readers, we still have Huckabee,