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Friday August 7th, 2020 night edition

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As its name implies, the Kodak STEP Instant Print Digital Camera, available for $70 on Amazon, lets you take a picture and print it out on that very same device.

The Kodak STEP comes with special 2-inch-by-3-inch printing paper inlaid with color crystals that bring your image to life.

There's a 10-second self-timer, so you don't have to ask strangers to take your group photos.

If you want to print photos from your smartphone gallery, there's the Kodak STEP Instant Mobile Photo Printer.

The Kodak STEP Instant Mobile Photo Printer connects to an app that allows you to add filters and other effects to your photos. »

Mexico obesity: Oaxaca bans sale of junk food to children

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The Mexican state of Oaxaca has banned the sale of junk food and sugary drinks to children in an attempt to reduce high obesity and diabetes levels.

The law forbids the sale, distribution and promotion of sugary drinks and junk food to those under age.

In 2014, Mexico introduced a tax on sugary drinks and junk food but it had so far stopped short of banning the sale of such items to children. »

Rudy Giuliani wildly claims Black Lives Matter are a 'domestic terror group' who 'hate white men in particular'

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Investigators determined both men had acted alone, and that the Black Lives Matter political organisation was in no way involved.

The group that organised that 2015 march is not affiliated with the national Black Lives Matter organisation, according to reports.

"That was the first time I ever heard of Black Lives Matter," Mr Trump said in a recent interview with Axios. »

Florida man cuts open truck to save kitten

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Donors have now offered to fix the man's truck.

Do you have a story that reveals kindness, inspiration and how others help each other every day?

When he came back the next morning, the food was gone, but there was nothing on the video, he said. »

Rand Paul: Republicans should apologize to Obama for complaining about spending

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Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) tore into his fellow Republicans on Fox News Wednesday for considering a coronavirus relief package that could cost more than $1 trillion, calling on them to apologize to President Obama "for complaining that he was spending and borrowing too much" during his time in office.

What they're saying: "Republicans and Democrats compromise every day of the year to spend money we don't have.

They should apologize now to President Obama for complaining he was spending and borrowing too much. »