Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 01/15/2013

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Posted on January 15, 2013 at 8:30 AM

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 01/15/2013:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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LUXURY AUTOS IN DEMAND - Luxury brands see a jump in sales as the latest models preview in Detroit. See Regional - Central.

RUNAWAY TRAIN - A cleaning lady is arrested after crashing a stolen train into an apartment block in Sweden. See International.

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INAUGURAL PRESIDENTIAL SEAL - The presidential seal will feature heavily at next Monday's inauguration. But how are these intricate, hand-painted emblems made?

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NATIONAL

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LANCE ARMSTRONG LATEST - Latest reaction following Lance Armstrong's admission to Oprah Winfrey that he did take performance-enhancing drugs.

GUN CONTROL REACTIONS - Reactions from Newtown to new gun laws passed by the New York Senate overnight, plus a new NRA app that could allow children to practice shooting.

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REGIONAL

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NY, GUN CONTROL MEASURES - New York's new gun control bill is expected to pass the lower house after being approved by the Senate.

See also: NY, PEOPLE IN NEW YORK PRAISE GUN CONTROL BILL - AVAILABLE NOW

NJ, SANDY HOOK MOTHER TALKS - Veronique Pozner talks to the AP after the launch of a new campaign to prevent gun violence. Note: Expect after 10 p.m. eastern.

PA, SCHOOL ABDUCTION - Police search for a suspect caught on camera removing a child from school. The girl has been found safe.

NY, SCHOOL BUS STRIKE - New York school bus drivers threaten to strike tomorrow - a move that could affect 150,000 students.

TX, SNOW HITS TRAVELLERS - Heavy snowfall affects air travel and other transport in Texas.

IN, HEAVY RAIN FLOODS PARTS OF INDIANA - Floods hit central and southern Indiana after heavy rain. AVAILABLE NOW.

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INTERNATIONAL

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AUSTRALIA ARMSTRONG - South Australian state premier says Armstrong is a 'cheat' and should repay taxpayers millions in local race appearance fees.

AUSTRALIA BUSHFIRES - Firefighters continue to battle a blaze that has destroyed more than 40 homes.

SWEDEN TRAIN - A cleaning lady is arrested after crashing a stolen commuter train through the wall of an apartment block.

SYRIA VIOLENCE - A large explosion tore through the main university in Aleppo Tuesday, causing an unknown number of casualties.

MALI FRENCH - Some 800 French troops arrive in the Mali capital of Bamako.

EGYPT TRAIN CRASH - Nineteen people are killed and more than 100 injured in a train derailment south of Cairo.

JAPAN SNOW - Tokyo's first heavy snowfall of the season causes commuter chaos, stranding thousands of passengers in airports.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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MIA FARROW VISITS SYRIAN REFUGEES - Mia Farrow tours UNICEF relief center in Lebanon. AVAILABLE NOW.

NEW SERIES SHOWS CARRIE BRADSHAW AS TEEN - Anna Sophia Robb plays a teen version of the 'Sex in the City' character. AVAILABLE NOW.

AMERICAN IDOL JUDGES ON STRATEGY - New 'Idol' judges talk about their strategy for the coming season.

MILAN MENS FASHION - Giorgio Armani shows his latest collection at Milan Men's Fashion week.

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

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LUXURY AT LONDON BOAT SHOW - Luxury yachts and Bond-style gadgets feature at one of Europe's biggest boat shows.

NEW GLUE CAN HELP FIX BROKEN BONES - Swedish scientists develop a glue that can act as a plaster for complicated bone fractures, eliminating the need for metal plates and screws.

BREEDING PROGRAM MAY SAVE BANDICOOT - A new breeding program is helping Australia's bandicoot recover from the brink of extinction.

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