Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 11/16/2012:

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 11/16/2012:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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TWINKIE TROUBLE - Twinkie maker Hostess announces it will close, but will its iconic snack brand survive? See Regional - Central.

POLICE EXPLAIN POT - Seattle police are using social media and humor to explain new legal pot laws. See Regional - West.

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NATIONAL

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PETRAEUS TESTIFIES ON BENGHAZI - Former CIA chief David Petraeus will testify in closed Congressional hearings into the Benghazi deaths this morning.

FISCAL CLIFF TALKS - President Obama will make a short statement before talks with Congressional leaders on the fiscal cliff.

VETERANS KILLED ON RAIL CROSSING - Federal investigators are joining the probe into last night's tragic veterans parade train crash. See Regional-Central.

MIGUEL CABRERA, BUSTER POSEY WIN MVPs - Miguel Cabrera and Buster Posey both won Most Valuable Player awards last night. AVAILABLE NOW.

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REGIONAL

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TX, FOUR DEAD AFTER TRAIN HITS VETS PARADE - Four people were killed when a train rammed into a veterans parade float. AVAILABLE NOW. (Note: Further updates expected.)

TX, HOSTESS CLOSES - The snack maker says it will close due to a strike, laying off 18,500 workers and selling its brands, including Twinkies and Wonder Bread.

WA, SEATTLE COPS ON LEGAL POT - Seattle police explain their novel social media explanation of new marijuana laws. AVAILABLE NOW.

NY, DRUG CHARGE DROPPED AGAINST BON JOVI DAUGHTER - Drug charges against Bon Jovi's 19-year-old have been dropped. AVAILABLE NOW.

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INTERNATIONAL

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MIDEAST CRISIS - Egypt's Prime Minister visits Gaza as Hamas and Israeli forces continue to trade fire, sparking fears of a ground offensive. AP will have regular updates throughout the day.

Available Now

GAZA ROCKET FIRE HITS SOUTHERN ISRAEL

RAW: DAMAGE IN GAZA FROM ISRAELI MISSILE STRIKES

GAZA ROCKET REACHES SOUTHERN OUTSKIRTS OF TEL AVIV

IRAN MIDEAST - Iran condemns Israel's military assault on Hamas militants in Gaza.

UK HAGUE - The UK Foreign Secretary comments on Syria and the current Mideast conflict.

ECUADOR DONKEY - Residents attempt to register a donkey as a candidate in upcoming elections.

MINI RECORD - A record number of people cram into a Mini as part of Guinness world record day.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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LATIN GRAMMY WINNERS - Mexican brother-sister duo Jesse & Joy and their pop hit 'Corre!' ran away with four awards at the Latin Grammys. AVAILABLE NOW.

STARS ARRIVE FOR 2012 LATIN GRAMMYS - Stars arrive on the red carpet for the 2012 Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas. AVAILABLE NOW.

PEOPLE'S CHOICE NOMINEES - Kaley Cuoco, Jason Aldean and Casey Williams announce the People's Choice Awards nominees and stump for votes. AVAILABLE NOW.

KELLY CLARKSON'S GREATEST HITS - Singer Kelly Clarkson on finding love and her success 10 years after winning the first 'American Idol.' AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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UK FLEXIBLE HOURS FOR CARERS - Workers in the UK will soon be able to ask for flexible working hours and shared maternity leave.

PAKISTAN DRONES - The latest military drones designed and built in Pakistan go on display at a Karachi technology show.

NEW EXHIBIT ON RUSSIAN JEWS - A new interactive museum in Moscow examines the history of Jews in Russia.

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