Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 11/19/2012:

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Posted on November 19, 2012 at 8:30 AM

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 11/19/2012:

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SAN FRANCISCO TO VOTE ON PUBLIC NUDITY BAN - Locals strip in protest as San Francisco's supervisors prepare to vote on a controversial ban on public nudity. AVAILABLE NOW.

TOWN STILL SHUTTERED AFTER TORNADO BLAMES FEMA - Eighteen months after tornadoes killed around 250 people across Alabama, one town center is still sealed off. City officials blame FEMA, saying demolition money is mired in red tape. AVAILABLE NOW.

CITY HALL MOONSHINE - Not far from the mountains where bootleggers once hid from the law, distillers are now making moonshine legally - in a Georgia city hall. AVAILABLE NOW.

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NATIONAL

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PRESDIENT OBAMA ARRIVES IN CAMBODIA - President Obama arrives in Cambodia for the East Asia Summit, the final stop on his Asian tour. AVAILABLE NOW.

OBAMA TO MYANMAR: AMERICA IS WITH YOU - In a speech in Yangon, President Obama urged Myanmar to continue its transition to democracy. AVAILABLE NOW.

OBAMA: MYANMAR VISIT ABOUT SUSTAINING MOMENTUM - Meeting opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, President Obama said the aim of his visit to Myanmar was to sustain the momentum of reform. AVAILABLE NOW.

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REGIONAL

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MS, DOLPHIN ATTACKS - Officials are investigating four brutal attacks on dolphins along the Gulf coast.

NY, KILLER TARGETS SHOPKEEPERS - New York police believe the same gunman is responsible for the murder of three Brooklyn shopkeepers.

NY, TWINKIE HEARING - Lawyers for Hostess appear in a bankruptcy court seeking permission to wind up the baker of the iconic Twinkie.

TX, VETERANS TRAIN CRASH - Investigations continue into the deadly train crossing crash during a veterans parade.

IL, TURKEY HOTLINE - The butterball turkey hotline is dispensing tips on cooking the perfect Thanksgiving turkey - and trying to avert kitchen disasters.

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INTERNATIONAL

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MIDEAST CRISIS - Talks are under way in Egypt in an effort to stop the escalating conflict between Israel and Hamas. AP crews in Gaza, Israel and Egypt will deliver regular updates on the crisis, together with worldwide diplomatic reaction.

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ISRAEL SAYS IT IS TARGETING HAMAS MILITANTS - An overnight Israeli airstrike killed four Palestinians as both sides traded missile and rocket fire.

PRESIDENT JOINS DEMOCRACY LEADER IN MYANMAR - President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton meet opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi. AVAILABLE NOW.

RAW: ASTRONAUTS LAND IN CHILLY KAZAKHSTAN - Three astronauts, including one American, touch down in Kazakhstan after a stint aboard the International Space Station. AVAILABLE NOW.

REVAMPED POPE JOHN PAUL II STATUE UNVEILED - A new-look statue of John Paul II has been unveiled after widespread criticism of the first version.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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JUSTIN BIEBER TAKES TOP PRIZE AT AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS - Big wins for Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift at the AMAs. AVAILABLE NOW.

MORE HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS - Jenny McCarthy grabs Justin Bieber's rear as the AMAs are held in Los Angeles. AVAILABLE NOW.

STARS REACT BACKSTAGE AT THE AMAs - Jenny McCarthy, Carrie Underwood and MC Hammer talk backstage at the AMAs. AVAILABLE NOW.

STARS ARRIVE FOR THE AMAs - Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and Christina Aguilera are among the stars on the red carpet at the AMAs. AVAILABLE NOW.

STARS COME OUT FOR 'HITCHCOCK' PREMIERE - Helen Mirren, Jessica Biel, Scarlett Johansson and John Voight at 'Hitchcock' premiere in New York. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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MYANMAR CHILD LABOR - As President Barak Obama visits Myanmar, there are hopes the political changes sweeping the country will help get child laborers back to school.

SPAIN FIRST CLASSICAL MUSIC COMPUTER - A Spanish university has developed the first computer program that composes original scores for contemporary classical music.

BRITISH SCIENTISTS STOP KILLER HOSPITAL BUG - A team of British scientists has controlled an outbreak of dangerous MRSA in a hospital's specialist baby care unit by cracking its genetic code.

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