Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 02/01/2013

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Posted on February 1, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 02/01/2013:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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EMBASSY ATTACK - An AP camera was first on the scene of a suicide blast at the US embassy in Ankara. See International.

VALUABLE VOMIT - A chunk of whale vomit could turn to gold for a British beachcomber. See International.

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FOAL STARS IN SUPER BOWL AD - Meet the new star of a favorite Super Bowl commercial - a Clydesdale foal born on January 16. AVAILABLE NOW.

INMATES ON ICE: PRISONERS BUILD ICE PALACE - It's a long way from breaking rocks in a chain gang. In upstate New York, inmates are building an ice palace for an annual winter fair. AVAILABLE NOW.

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NATIONAL

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US EMBASSY ATTACKED IN TURKEY - US reaction expected to the blast outside the US embassy in Ankara. Also see International.

HILLARY'S LAST DAY - Hillary Clinton meets President Obama before addressing State Department staff on her last day in office.

Note: No video access to John Kerry's swearing-in.

CHURCH ABUSE SCANDAL - Cardinal Mahony stripped of duties as judge orders church to publish confidential personnel files.

Note: A protest by victims of abuse is also expected at LA's cathedral today.

SHUTTLE COLUMBIA ANNIVERSARY - NASA holds remembrance ceremony 10 years after the Columbia disaster.

JOB MARKET HOLDS STEADY - US employers continued to add jobs in January, despite the unemployment rate rising to 7.9 percent.

SUPER BOWL WARM-UP - Joint news conference by Harbaugh brothers as fans continue to arrive for Super Bowl.

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REGIONAL

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NY, ED KOCH DIES - New Yorkers pay respects to former mayor Ed Koch, who died overnight. Mayor Bloomberg and Rev. Al Sharpton due to speak today.

AL, BUNKER STANDOFF CONTINUES - Hostage negotiators continue to talk to a gunman who seized a 5-year-old boy from a school bus.

CA, NUDITY BAN TAKES EFFECT - Protest expected as ban on public nudity in San Francisco takes effect.

NY, MORE DOUBT OVER ADOPTIONS - As Russia bans US adoptions, an American family faces a 5-year delay adopting in another former Soviet state.

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INTERNATIONAL

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TURKEY US EMBASSY BLAST - Suspected suicide blast at US embassy kills two people. Further reactions and updates as available.

Available Now

POLICE SAY SUICIDE BLAST AT US EMBASSY KILLS AT LEAST TWO PEOPLE - Clean AP video of blast site.

POLICE SAY AT LEAST TWO DEAD IN BLAST - 4:3 off air video.

EGYPT PROTESTS - Thousands demonstrate in Cairo following Friday Prayers.

MALI TIMBUKTU - Freedom returns to streets of Timbuktu after French troops move in.

CHINA FIREWORKS BLAST - A truck carrying fireworks explodes, partly demolishing a freeway.

UK VALUABLE WHALE VOMIT - A man stands to net a small fortune after finding a lump of what's believed to be whale vomit - a rare ingredient in perfume.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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JUDE LAW AND CHANNING TATUM PREMIERE THRILLER - Actors premiere new thriller 'Side Effects.' AVAILABLE NOW.

TWO ROLES FOR PASQUALE IN 'DO NO HARM' - Steven Pasquale plays a modern-day Jekyll and Hyde in 'Do No Harm.' AVAILABLE NOW.

ANALYST ON SUPER BOWL ADS - AdWeek analyst talks through this year's Super Bowl commercials. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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UK ART AUCTION - Modern masters sale in London expected to fetch hundreds of millions of dollars.

BEATING BEIJING'S SMOG - Cyclists can now ride through the smog wearing a breathable helmet.

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