Charlo Greene, a reporter at KTVA in Alaska, left her fellow employees in shock on Sunday.
While completing a studio stand-up about the Alaska Cannabis Club, which provides connections between medical marijuana cardholders who need marijuana with medical marijuana cardholders who have marijuana. According to their web site, it's all done legally in accordance with Alaska's rules and regulations.
At the end of the story, Charlo announced that she was the owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club, and she planned to dedicat all her energy to legalizing marijuana in the 49th state.
And that's when she quit her job, live, on the air. And not with just a simple "I quit."
No, it was proceeded with a suitably-placed F-bomb.
She walked off the set, leaving the news anchor stupefied.
We've all heard about the breach at the White House over the weekend.
A homeless veteran was able to scale a fence, dash across the North Lawn and actually get into the front door before being stopped.
He had a knife in his pocket, and yesterday, the Secret Service revealed that they found 800 rounds of ammunition in his car along with a machete and two hatchets, classifying him as a threat to the president.
After that announcement, the security detail announced a new policy: the front door to the White House would remain locked when not in use.
This should be one of the most secure buildings in the United States, and it took them this long to figure out maybe they should keep the doors locked when no one's using them?
Stephen Tulloch, a linebacker for the Detroit Lions, was able to sack Green Bay's quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, during Sunday's game between the two.
That's the good news. After all, it's the goal of every defensive player to get a piece of the other team's quarterback.
It's even reason to celebrate. And that's where the news turns back, for Tulloch and the Lions.
Getting up from the sack, Tulloch jumped in the air, mimicking Rodgers' famous touchdown move, where he mimes a championship belt around his waist like you might seen in the WWE. It's also known as the State Farm Discount Double Check move, thanks to all those commercials.
As he made the move, Tulloch came down badly and injured his left knee. He had to leave the game, and according to reports yesterday, he's out for the rest of the season with a torn ACL.
Not funny at all, but there sure is plenty of irony to go around. Check out the video - it's a quick one on repeat, so you'll have to click to stop it!
It's hard to believe, but a guy with a knife was able to climb the fence at the White House, sprint across the North Lanw and actually get inside the building before being stopped by the Secret Service.
The folks in charge of the President's security detail are reviewing policies and procedures to figure out exactly what happened.
First step: they will no longer hire White House security personnel directly from the defensive unit of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Check out the video of the event, captured by a bystander... Looks like the security guard was just a little late moving people back.