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Fox News reporter walks out of off-camera press briefing and throws parting shot at White House
Fox News reporter John Roberts has thrown some shade at Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Donald Trump?s spokeswoman, for the White House?s refusal to hold daily on-camera press briefings. In recent weeks, the White House has begun to hold off-camera briefings almost daily ? a departure from previous administrations when daily on-camera briefings were the norm. Mr Trump's press staff have said the change is meant to draw more attention to the President's remarks, but some reporters have asserted that the White House ?should have the backbone? to answer questions during on-camera proceedings.
Millions heed anti-Maduro shutdown in Venezuela
By Andrew Cawthorne and Girish Gupta CARACAS (Reuters) - Many Venezuelan streets were barricaded and deserted on Thursday for a strike called by foes of President Nicolas Maduro to demand elections and the scrapping of plans for a new congress they fear will consolidate dictatorship in the OPEC country. From the Andes to the Amazon, millions joined the 24-hour shutdown, staying at home, closing businesses or manning roadblocks in a civil disobedience campaign the opposition hopes will end nearly two decades of socialist rule. "We must all do our best to get rid of this tyrant," said Miguel Lopez, 17, holding a homemade shield emblazoned with "No To Dictatorship!" at a barrier on a Caracas street devoid of traffic.
Fire racing near Yosemite park destroys dozens of structures
MARIPOSA, Calif. (AP) ? A surging wildfire raced through California mountains and foothills west of Yosemite National Park on Wednesday, forcing thousands to flee tiny, Gold Rush-era towns, destroying 29 structures and wafting a smoky haze over the park's landmark Half Dome rock face.
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Man with DEVAST8 face tattoo finally accepts job offer
A New Zealand teenager who complained his large DEVAST8 face tattoo was hampering his employment prospects has finally landed a job. Mark Cropp?s photo was shared around the world after he admitted on social media the tattoo was a drunken mistake from his time in prison and he was devastated with the results. However, the former prison inmate made more headlines after revealing he had turned down 45 job offers, saying he was ?waiting for the right one?. The amateur inking covers his cheeks, mouth and chin Credit: Caters Now the 19-year-old father is ready to start work after accepting a job offer near his home in Auckland. ?Mark has accepted a local scaffolding job,? his girlfriend, Taneia Ruki, told Daily Mail Australia. ?He could be starting as early as Monday. We are all still locking in the starting day.? On rejecting dozens of job offers, she added: ?Most of those were outside New Zealand, so they weren?t on the cards.? Mark Cropp with his girlfriend Taneia Ruki Credit: Caters Meanwhile, tattoo laser removal company Sacred Laser has offered to remove the DEVAST8 lettering from his face for free. It will take between eight and 12 sessions to completely remove the facial inking, the New Zealand Herald reports. Bad celebrity tattoos Mr Cropp posted a job appeal on Facebook earlier this month after being turned away by several recruitment agencies over his appearance. ?I?m keen as to work but have one thing that is stopping me and that?s my tattoo on my face,? he wrote. ?I don?t have a CV as of yet but have worked at NZ brick distributors before, also a scrap metal yard ? Keen as on job or work place that will take me on.? This man?s Hebrew tattoo doesn?t say what he thinks it does Surprising celebrity tattoos
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