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Confused Horse Casually Walks Into Hobby Lobby42s

Confused Horse Casually Walks Into Hobby Lobby

It sounds like the beginning of a terrible joke: "So, a horse walks into Hobby Lobby…" but it actually isn’t! This horse wasn’t kidding around when he headed into a Hobby Lobby just before Thanksgiving. The shoppers who went for some last minute decoration shopping at the Hobby Lobby market in Greenwood, South Carolina on November 22 got one quite unusual surprise when a rogue seal brown horse entered the market and stood dead still in the middle of the aisles! “Um, excuse me ma’am, where can I find the horseshoe decorations? I’d like to put one up above my barn door. The missus would like to catch some luck this Thanksgiving.” is what is going through our heads in Mister Ed’s voice. If this didn’t crack you up, then we don’t know what will. Whether it was the Black Friday deals, the horse shaped decorations or just the general excitement that was happening at Hobby Lobby at the moment that made this poor animal get inside, we can’t know. What we do know is that everyone present was caught off guard by his impromptu appearance. The horse was quickly intercepted by a security guard, so his shopping trip was cut short before he made it to the western decor section or the holiday candy. In a similar fashion, another horse walked into a supermarket somewhere in Mexico, this time accompanied by his cowboy, for one purpose and one purpose alone - to get a six-pack of beers! What would Mister Ed say about that?!

Watch CNN's Jim Acosta Purposely Disrespect Sarah Sanders!2m29s

Watch CNN's Jim Acosta Purposely Disrespect Sarah Sanders!

Acosta: "If I can ask about the accusations — " Sanders: "I’m moving to a different Jim, sorry." Acosta: "I know, but I didn’t get the chance to ask the question I wanted to ask, which is — " Sanders: "Jim, I’m going to say once and for all that I’m moving on to Jim Stinson and I’m not taking another question from you at this point." Acosta: " — I would like to ask the question I had about these accusations of this conduct against the President. You said he’s denied them. Can you say whether or not they are false?" Sanders: "I’m not going to respond to that question."

Rabbit rescued from California wildfires35s

Rabbit rescued from California wildfires

A driver pulled over in La Conchita, California on Wednesday night to save a rabbit from harm amid intense flames from the Thomas Fire in Ventura County. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Sheriff Clarke, Eboni Williams Have Tense Exchange Over Relevance of Rep. John Lewis5m12s

Sheriff Clarke, Eboni Williams Have Tense Exchange Over Relevance of Rep. John Lewis

“John who?” Clarke mocking stated. “John Lewis — he was bloodied on the Selma bridge, Sheriff, when trying to protest voting rights and a variety of other things,” guest host Eboni Williams said in response. Clarke shot back that he knew who Lewis was and that he had become one of the “most irrelevant members of Congress,” adding that Lewis has been “reduced to being a caricature” before praising Trump for realizing that “actions speak louder than words.” “Sheriff let me say this to you,” Williams said. “For you to say that nobody cares about John Lewis is inaccurate because I assure you that there are many people across this country that absolutely do care about him.” She added, “As for your commentary on his political record as a congressman, I’m actually not even addressing that part because this museum opening is about the civil rights of American citizens, so when it comes to his record on that, Sheriff Clarke, I think that it’s pretty undisputed.” The ex-sheriff replied by saying that most people under the age of 35 don’t know who John Lewis is before bringing up that if it weren’t for Republicans, there’d be no Civil Rights Act because President Lyndon Johnson had to get GOP votes to pass it.

Rep Jim Jordan GRILLS FBI Director Chris Wray Over Peter Strozk7m22s

Rep Jim Jordan GRILLS FBI Director Chris Wray Over Peter Strozk

Rep. Jim Jordan asks FBI director Christopher Wray whether Peter Strzok, the FBI agent who was fired by the Mueller investigation for sending "anti-Trump text messages," was involved with getting a warrant to spy on members of the Trump campaign. Jordan posits that Strzok was the agent who used the Steele dossier to obtain a warrant from a FISA court to spy on members of the Trump campaign.

Rep Trey Gowdy DISECTS FBI Director Chris Wray7m47s

Rep Trey Gowdy DISECTS FBI Director Chris Wray

"I work with line agents, the line women back in South Carolina and other states," said Gowdy. "Their reputation is not in tatters. They're the kind of people we want working in our Justice Department." However, the "higher ups have had a really bad two years," he continued. "Right now the American people aren't focused on the great agents in South Carolina. They're focused on [James] Comey and [Andrew] McCabe and now Wray." Gowdy also said he does not think Congress should have to fight with the FBI to access information that that it is entitled to possess. "We should not have to threaten contempt of Congress," he said. "I don't want the drama of a contempt of Congress floor fight. I want to information to do our jobs and we shouldn't have to fight with the Department of Justice to access that information."

Woman paralyzed after stroke learns to walk again1m00s

Woman paralyzed after stroke learns to walk again

Such an emotional day! Learning how to walk again is so draining but so rewarding at the same time. This woman seems to be making incredible strides, especially after achieving what doctors said was impossible! Video credit: Riona Kelly and Keith Mason