Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 01/31/2013


Associated Press

Posted on January 31, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Updated Thursday, Jan 31 at 9:01 AM

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 01/31/2013:



DID SHE OR DIDN'T SHE? - Beyonce is expected to answer that lip-synching question. See National.

NEW TONE FOR NOTRE DAME - Nine massive new bells give the Paris cathedral a more modern sound. See International.




STRESSED OUT TEENS - Schools are using therapy dogs, special recess breaks and counseling to combat a growing phenomenon - stressed-out teens. AVAILABLE NOW.




STORMS, TWISTERS POUND SOUTH, MIDWEST - Survivors talk about wild weather and tornados that swept through the south. AVAILABLE NOW.

Note: Further coverage expected.

HAGEL CONFIRMATION HEARINGS - Chuck Hagel appears before Senate Armed Services Committee.

HILLARY CLINTON TALKS ABOUT LEADERSHIP - On her second-to-last day in office, Hillary Clinton addresses the Council on Foreign Relations. Note: AP will also provide a backgrounder on Hillary Clinton's years in office.

OBAMA: REAL PATH NEEDED TO CITIZENSHIP - President Obama outlines his immigration reform plans in an interview with Spanish-language TV. AVAILABLE NOW.

HISPANIC FARM WORKERS ON IMMIGRATION - Reaction to President Obama's reform plans from rural workers and farmers.

SUPER BOWL COUNTERFEITING - AP joins ICE agents cracking down on counterfeiting at the Super Bowl.

BEYONCE READY FOR HALF-TIME - Beyonce is expected to address the lip-synching controversy at a Super Bowl news conference.

SUPER BOWL COACHES SPEAK - The Harbaugh brothers will address separate Super Bowl news conferences.




AL, HOSTAGE CRISIS - News conference on standoff expected as police and FBI agents continue to negotiate with hostage-taker.

AZ, HUNT FOR GUNMAN - Police continue to search for a 70-year-old gunman who shot three people at a call center.

GA, WILD WEATHER - Aftermath of storms and tornados that swept through the south.

NY, NEW YORK TIMES HACKED - NYT accuses Chinese hackers of breaching its system and stealing reporters' logins and other details.

FL, SHARK TAGGING - A tracking device has turned a 16-foot Great White shark called Mary Lee into an Internet star.




SYRIA ISRAEL AIRSTRIKE - Syrian Army statement on state television confirms Israeli airstrike. AVAILABLE NOW.

Note: Further coverage on airstrike expected.

SYRIA AIRSTRIKES - Dramatic amateur video said to show aftermath of government airstrikes in Damascus. AVAILABLE NOW.

CHINA PUNISHES TIBETANS OVER SELF-IMMOLATIONS - China convicts eight people it claims incited self-immolations by Tibetans. AVAILABLE NOW.

MASK SALES SOAR AS CHINA SHUTS FACTORIES - Face mask sales rocket in Beijing, as government shuts factories to ease smog crisis. AVAILABLE NOW.

AUSTRALIA FLOODS - Australia's Prime Minister meets flood victims as massive cleanup begins. AVAILABLE NOW.

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH SAYS 2012 A BAD YEAR IN RUSSIA - HRW says situation in Russia is the most authoritarian in recent memory. AVAILABLE NOW.

ITALY FOOTBALL CLASHES - Police clash with soccer fans welcoming football star Mario Balotelli on his transfer from the UK. AVAILABLE NOW.

NOTRE DAME GETS NEW BELLS - Nine massive new bells are on their way to give Notre Dame cathedral in Paris a more modern sound. AVAILABLE NOW.




HILLARY SCOTT ON TOURING WHILE PREGNANT - Lady Antebellum's leading lady Hillary Scott talks about touring while pregnant. AVAILABLE NOW.

RUSSELL AND RHYS ARE 'THE AMERICANS' - Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys play KGB spies in new TV drama 'The Americans.' AVAILABLE NOW.

'ANTIVIRAL' CAST ON CELBRITY OBESSSION - Brandon Cronenberg and the cast of "Antiviral," on the movie about celebrity obsession.

NEW JEKYLL AND HYDE TALE - Steven Pasquale plays a modern-day Jekyll and Hyde in new TV series.




MEXICO GARBAGE ORCHESTRA - Tune into the orchestra making sweet sounds from recycled rubbish. AVAILABLE NOW.

AUSTRALIA TURNING PESTS INTO PESTICIDE ALTERNATIVE - Researchers hope to turn the earwig into an alternative to pesticides.

IRAN FIRE FESTIVAL - A Zoroastrian mid-winter fire festival is now drawing interest from Muslims in Iran.


This outlook is for your information only and is NOT to be published, broadcast or posted to the Internet. Questions? Email APVideoUS(at)

AP Broadcast, Washington