Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 11/13/2012

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 11/13/2012:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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HOLIDAY HORROR? The AAA and the TSA give their forecasts for Thanksgiving holiday travel. See National.

SIGN OF PUNISHMENT - A woman is forced to wear a sign warning of 'idiots' after driving around a school bus on the sidewalk. See Regional - Central.

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NATIONAL

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PETRAEUS SCANDAL - The controversy deepens with the FBI investigating new emails between a Florida woman connected to the Petraeus affair and another senior general.

Planning On Covering

AP is covering developments in Tampa, Florida and Washington DC, including White House and Pentagon briefings.

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PANETTA: PETRAEUS SCANDAL IS A 'SAD SITUATION' - Defense Secretary Leon Panetta comments on scandal while on flight to Australia.

TOP GENERAL IN AFGHANISTAN INVESTIGATED - General John Allen now under investigation for email exchanges with Jill Kelley.

CONGRESS FACES AGENDA OF UNFINISHED BUSINESS - Congress returns Tuesday to face a crowded agenda of unfinished business, overshadowed by the need to avert the looming 'fiscal cliff.' AVAILABLE NOW.

HOLIDAY TRAVEL - The Transportation Safety Agency outlines security screening measures for holiday travel, while the AAA releases its annual Thanksgiving Travel Forecast.

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REGIONAL

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OH, OHIO DEATHS 'MURDER-SUICIDE' - Police suspect the deaths of five members of a family were a murder-suicide. AVAILABLE NOW.

OH, DRIVER 'IDIOT' SIGN - A woman captured on video driving around a school bus on the sidewalk wears a sign warning of 'idiots' as punishment.

WA, THIEF STRIKES 'GOOD SAMARITAN' - A woman who raced to help an injured motorist lost $900 when a thief struck her unattended vehicle. AVAILABLE NOW.

WA, AFGHAN KILLINGS - Closing arguments in the hearing for a soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan villagers.

CA, FOOD SCRAPS HELP WINEMAKERS - Food scraps from San Francisco restaurants are being recycled into compost to help fertilize vineyards. AVAILABLE NOW.

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INTERNATIONAL

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AUSTRALIA CLINTON - Hillary Clinton and Leon Panetta hold talks with Australia's Prime Minister and senior ministers. AVAILABLE NOW.

TURKEY SYRIA FIGHTING - Fighting between rebels and Syrian forces continues within sight of the Turkish border.

ITALY FLOODS - Firefighters use helicopters to rescue stranded locals after heavy rain caused rivers to burst their banks in central Italy. AVAILABLE NOW.

EU ECONOMY - European Union finance ministers meet to discuss the Eurozone crisis.

THAI SNAKES - Thai customs officers seize a truckload of deadly cobras. AVAILABLE NOW.

ISRAEL DETECTION MICE - An Israeli company believes explosive-sniffing mice could be the latest weapon in the battle against militants. AVAILABLE NOW.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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PATTINSON, STEWART ATTEND TWILIGHT PREMIERE - Stars turn out for the world premiere of the final chapter in the Twilight saga. AVAILABLE NOW.

TWILIGHT FANS CAMP OUT - Twi-hards camp out in London ahead of the European premiere of the last installment in the Twilight franchise. AVAILABLE NOW.

FANS GO GAGA IN LIMA - Hundreds of Lady Gaga fans march through Lima ahead of her Peruvian tour dates later this month.

ROLLING STONES PREMIERE - The Rolling Stones attend the New York premiere of a new documentary celebrating the band's 50th anniversary.

STEVIE NICKS ON NEW FLEETWOOD MAC ALBUM - At the premiere of 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2' Steve Nicks talks about the upcoming Fleetwood Mac album and tour. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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MEXICO ROBOTS - Sumo wrestling robots, talking medical aids and cuddly robotic seals are thrilling crowds at a technology show in Mexico City.

JAPAN SMART CARS - The latest smart car technology from Toyota allows vehicles to communicate with each other, and with sensors installed in the street.

AUSTRIA CLEVER BIRDS - Cockatoos being studied in Vienna are demonstrating advanced problem-solving techniques, such as making tools to reach food.

VIETNAM LANGURS - A captive-breeding program is trying to save one of the world's rarest varieties of monkeys. Langurs born in captivity are now being released back into the wild.

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