Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 11/26/2012

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Posted on November 26, 2012 at 8:30 AM

AP Video-US MORNING OUTLOOK

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 11/26/2012:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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DEADLY WORKSHOPS - Textile workers protest safety lapses as another fire destroys a Bangladesh factory. Many make clothes for US retailers. See International.

POWERBALL FRENZY - What could $425m buy? That's the question on many minds as people rush for tickets in the record jackpot. See National.

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DISABLED PARENTS: A FIGHT FOR RESPECT - A new report says parents with disabilities still risk losing their children, despite landmark legislation passed by Congress on their behalf in 1990. AVAILABLE NOW.

FIRST PERSON: DOMA FIGHT HEADING TO SUPREME COURT - Karen Golinski and Amy Cunninghis are taking their case to the Supreme Court as they fight to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act, which prohibits the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages. AVAILABLE NOW.

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NATIONAL

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CYBER MONDAY SHOPPING - Online shopping is expected to peak today as' Cyber Monday' takes over from the Black Friday sales rush.

CONGRESS RETURNS TO FISCAL CLIFF TALKS - Congress returns with the clock ticking on fiscal cliff negotiations.

POWERBALL FEVER - Queues form as people rush to get tickets in this week's record $425m Powerball jackpot.

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REGIONAL

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NY, INSIDER TRADING COURT - Former hedge fund manager appears in court charged over one of the biggest insider trading cases in history.

MN, TEEN COUSINS KILLED - A homeowner is facing charges after two teenage cousins were shot and killed near Little Falls.

NY, SNOW FALLS IN BUFFALO - Snow falls in Buffalo as a cold snap bears down on cities across the north-east.

PA, PUPPIES KILLED - Animal welfare workers say 11 puppies have been found skinned in a park outside Allentown.

CA, FBI MOST WANTED - The FBI holds a news conference following the Mexico arrest of one of its 'most wanted' on murder and kidnap charges.

OR, TRUCK DANGLES FROM BRIDGE - The driver of a truck is rescued after running off a freeway overpass, his vehicle left dangling above the road below.

DC, CONGRESSIONAL CHRISTMAS TREE - The Congressional Christmas tree arrives as politicians return to DC for the final sitting of the year.

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INTERNATIONAL

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EGYPT TURMOIL - Egypt's President meets judges in an effort to end protests over sweeping new presidential powers.

BANGLADESH GARMENT FIRES - Another fire breaks out in a Dhaka garment factory as textile workers protest over deadly safety lapses.

UK FLOODS - Flooding causes several deaths and widespread damage across parts of southern England.

ISRAEL BARAK - Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak abruptly announces he is quitting politics, just weeks ahead of general elections.

QATAR CLIMATE TALKS - Opening speeches at UN climate conference in Doha, Qatar.

VATICAN CARDINALS - The Pope holds an audience for newly-elected cardinals, including Cardinal James Michael Harvey of the US.

AUSTRALIA EMUS - Two Emus hold up traffic and confront schoolchildren before being rounded up in western Sydney.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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ROLLING STONES ROCK LONDON - The Stones are back, kicking off a series of concerts in the UK and US to mark their 50th anniversary. AVAILABLE NOW.

HUGH JACKMAN'S MOST DEMANDING ROLE - Hugh Jackman says playing Jean Valjean in 'Les Miserables' is his most demanding role yet. AVAILABLE NOW.

HUGH JACKMAN PROMOTES 'LES MIS' IN SEOUL - Hugh Jackman and Cameron Macintosh hold 'Les Mis' news conference in Seoul. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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MOROCCO RICK'S CAFE PLAYS IT AGAIN - An imitation of the cafe where Humphrey Bogart pined for Ingrid Bergman is proving a hit with tourists in Morocco.

ITALIAN FARMERS RETURN TO ROOTS IN ECONOMIC CRISIS - Hit hard by Europe's economic crisis, more people are turning to organic farming, including a growing number of city-dwellers volunteering to help with the harvest.

MEXICAN ARTIST REPLICATES SISTINE CHAPEL IN MEXICO CITY CHURCH - A local artist has spent 12 years decorating a Mexico City church ceiling with a replica of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel. AVAILABLE NOW.

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