Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we're working on for 11/08/2012.

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we're working on for 11/08/2012.

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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WINTER STORM - A nor'easter has interrupted cleanup efforts after Superstorm Sandy crippled the Northeast just days ago. See National and Regional - East.

FACE SLAPPING FOR BEAUTY - A San Francisco salon slaps patron's faces to reduce wrinkles. See Only On AP.

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ONLY ON AP

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NEW 'BEAUTY TREATMENT' IS A SLAP IN THE FACE - A new beauty salon open in San Francisco features 'the ancient Thai art of face slapping,' which claims to reduce wrinkles and firm the face for $350. Dermatologists are skeptical of those claims. AVAILABLE NOW.

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NATIONAL

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WINTER STORM - Just days after Superstorm Sandy left a path of devastation throughout the Northeast, a nor'easter left a blanket of wet snow, snapped storm-weakened trees and downed power lines. See National and Regional - East.

LOUGHNER SENTENCING - Jared Lee Loughner faces sentencing today for the shooting spree that left 6 people dead and ended the career of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

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REGIONAL

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FL, WALK ON WATER - Students at Florida International University walk on water - wearing water shoes they built - as part of a class assignment.

NY, SNOW BLANKETS STORM RAVAGED NEW YORK - A nor'easter has added to the woes of New Yorkers still dealing with the effects of Superstorm Sandy. The thick, wet snow snapped storm-weakened trees and downed power lines, but didn't appear to add much more to the devastation. AVAILABLE NOW.

OK, MOM FINED $2,500 AFTER TODDLER URINATES - An Oklahoma mom was fined $2,500 after her 3-year-old relieved himself on the family's front lawn. The town's police chief says he ensured the ticket was thrown out. AVAILABLE NOW.

NJ, FRESH SNOW HINDERS NEW JERSEY RECOVERY - Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts have been stymied by a nor'easter, that has left a blanket of snow on much of the Northeast. AVAILABLE NOW.

FL, FINAL VOTES BEING COUNTED - Two days after the election, Florida's election results will finally be resolved as the last votes are counted.

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INTERNATIONAL

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CHINA CONGRESS - China's ruling Communist Party opened a congress to usher in a group of younger leaders faced with the challenging tasks of righting a flagging economy and meeting public calls for better government. AVAILABLE NOW.

OBAMA CROWNED, ROMNEY CRYING IN ITALIAN NATIVITY SCENE - A Naples craftsman has created a nativity figurine of the re-elected president - complete with a crown - while his Republican opponent Mitt Romney has been modeled with huge tears rolling down his cheeks. AVAILABLE NOW.

ASSAD VOWS TO NEVER LEAVE SYRIA - Syrian President Bashar Assad vowed to 'live and die' in Syria, saying in an interview that he will never flee his country despite the bloody, 19-month uprising against him. AVAILABLE NOW.

GUATEMALA QUAKE - A 7.4-magnitude earthquake rocked Guatemala, killing over 50 people in two states. AVAILABLE NOW.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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VICTORIA SECRET SHOW - Stars arrive at the annual Victoria Secret fashion show, which included a performance by Rihanna. AVAILABLE NOW.

STARS HONORED AT BRITANNIA AWARDS - Daniel Craig and Quentin Tarantino were among the stars honored at the 2012 Britannia Awards. AVAILABLE NOW.

PANETTIERE REACTS TO ELECTION - 'Nashville' star Hayden Panettiere reacts to the U.S. presidential election result. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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NIGERIAN SUYA - When night falls in the Nigerian capital of Lagos, you'll find 'Suya' kebab stalls buzzing with customers. AVAILABLE NOW.

MALAYSIA ECO VILLAGE - A biotech company in Malaysia is changing lives by employing some of Malaysia's poorest people to farm once-deserted land using advanced means of agricultural production. AVAILABLE NOW.

THE SECRET LIFE OF ANTS - Researchers in the U.K. are fitting tiny radio receivers onto a thousand ants in a world first experiment to learn more about their behavior. AVAILABLE NOW.

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