Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 11/09/2012.

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Posted on November 9, 2012 at 8:00 AM

Updated Friday, Nov 9 at 8:03 AM

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 11/09/2012.

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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SEALS CENSURED - Seven Navy SEALS have been punished for divulging operational secrets to a video game producer. See National.

CLASSIC VINTAGE - Does playing classical music to grapes produce a better wine? Some South African winemakers think so. See Life/Health/Technology.

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NATIONAL

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FISCAL CLIFF - President Obama and House speaker John Boehner both talk about the compromises needed to avoid the so-called 'fiscal cliff' that could plunge the US economy back into recession.

HONOR BREACHED - Seven Navy SEALS have been punished for disclosing classified information to the producers of the video game 'Medal of Honor: Warfighter.'

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REGIONAL

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NY, GAS RATIONING - Long lines form as the first day of gas rationing goes into effect in New York and Long Island.

NJ, RESIDENTS RETURN - Residents of a hard-hit community on the Jersey Shore are allowed to return to their damaged homes to recover what belongings they can.

OH, CRAIGSLIST COURT - A teenager is sentenced for his part in a deadly plot to lure men with phony Craigslist job offers.

CA, GREEN GADGETS - The latest environmentally-friendly gadgets go on show at San Francisco's annual Green Festival.

OH, 18-IN GATOR FOUND IN CLEVELAND - An 18-inch alligator was found abandoned in a Cleveland creek as new exotic-animal rules came into force. AVAILABLE NOW.

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INTERNATIONAL

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POLAND MARILYN MONROE - Rare photos of Marilyn Monroe fetch 750,000 dollars at auction in Poland.

WORLD SYRIA - Thousands of Syrian refugees cross the border into Turkey as opposition groups meet to elect a new leadership team.

SYRIA ASSAD - Syria's President claims his country is not in a state of civil war, and says he has no regrets about his handling of the crisis.

IRAN US - The leader of Iran's powerful Guardian Council labels the US presidential election 'an embarrassment.'

CHINA CONGRESS - China's Communist Party meets behind closed doors to decide the nation's leadership and direction for the next decade.

UK ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY - A former oilman named as leader of the world's Anglicans supports the ordination of female bishops.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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'LINCOLN' CLOSES AFI - The world premiere of Steven Speilberg's new bio-pic 'Lincoln' has closed the AFI Fest in Los Angeles. AVAILABLE NOW.

ONE DIRECTION'S NEW ALBUM - Brit boy band One Direction talk about their new album, coping with celebrity and their famous friends. AVAILABLE NOW.

STAND UP FOR HEROES - Robin Williams, Ricky Gervais and Roger Waters talk about their support for veterans at the Stand Up For Heroes benefit. AVAILABLE NOW.

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LIFE/HEALTH/TECHNOLOGY (AP VIDEO-US INCLUDES AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY STORIES)

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GRAPE CONCERTO - South African winemakers are serenading their vines with classical music, claiming the music relaxes the grapes and produces a better wine.

GREECE SNAIL FARMING - In crisis-hit Greece, an unusual enterprise is going against the trend and turning a healthy profit. Organic snail farmers are exporting their delicacies across Europe.

NORTH KOREA PLANTING TREES - North Koreans are sowing seeds in an effort to stave off disasters caused by heavy rain and landslides. In some regions, hillsides have been stripped of trees, leaving the villages below vulnerable.

BUSH TOMATOES - A scientist and part-time farmer is defying the odds by producing quality bush tomatoes in the searing heat of Australia's arid Northern Territory.

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