Here is an update on AP Video-US stories either available or expected for 11/20/2012:

Here is an update on AP Video-US stories either available or expected for 11/20/2012:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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PLAYING SAFE - A new report warns parents to beware when choosing toys for presents this holiday. See National.

BYE-BYE BECKS - Soccer superstar David Beckham announces his last game for LA Galaxy. See Regional - West.

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NATIONAL

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CLINTON TO EMPHASIZE 'PEACEFUL RESOLUTION' - Spokeswoman says Secretary Clinton will urge a peaceful outcome in emergency Mideast talks. AVAILABLE NOW.

(Note: Coverage of Secretary Clinton's arrival in the Middle East is expected later)

US ATTORNEY FILES MASSIVE INSIDER TRADING CHARGE - A former hedge fund manager is accused of providing what prosecutors claim may be 'the most lucrative inside tip of all time.' AVAILABLE NOW.

BERNANKE WARNS CONGRESS TO AVOID FISCAL CLIFF - The Fed chairman is urging Congress and the administration to strike a budget deal. AVAILABLE NOW.

FBI ON CALIFORNIA TERROR ARRESTS - FBI holds news conference after four California men were charged with plotting to kill Americans.

GROUP RELEASES 2012 DANGEROUS TOY LIST - The latest report on toy safety is released as the holiday buying season begins. AVAILABLE NOW.

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REGIONAL

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FL, RAW: TEEN FATALLY SHOT ON SCHOOL BUS - A student has been arrested after a 13-year-old girl was fatally shot on a Miami school bus. AVAILABLE NOW.

IN, HOME EXPLOSION NOW A HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION - Police open a criminal investigation into a deadly suburban home explosion. AVAILABLE NOW.

DC, KHAWAM: 'CHALLENGING' TIME FOR MY FAMILY -Jill Kelley's sister tells a news conference the Petraeus affair has been difficult for her family. AVAILABLE NOW.

NY, SANDY GARBAGE PILES UP - Trucking away growing piles of garbage is the latest challenge following Superstorm Sandy.

CA, NUDITY BAN VOTE - San Francisco supervisors vote on a controversial public nudity ban. (Note: See Only on AP for preview story yesterday)

ID, MONKEY DEATH ARREST - Police have arrested one of two men wanted for the killing of a monkey at a Boise zoo. AVAILABLE NOW.

OR, BIG STORM POUNDS PACIFIC NORTH WEST - A fierce storm has pounded Oregon and Washington with strong winds and heavy rains. AVAILABLE NOW.

CA, BECKHAM BOWS OUT - Soccer superstar David Beckham will announce today that he will play his last game for LA Galaxy on December 1.

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INTERNATIONAL

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MIDEAST CRISIS - Talks are under way in an effort to stop the ground offensive in Gaza. AP crews in Gaza, Israel and Egypt will deliver regular updates on the crisis, together with worldwide diplomatic reaction.

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ROCKETS HIT ISRAELI TOWN, PLUS IRON DOME INTERCEPT - A Hamas rocket hits shops in Ashdod, while Iron Dome takes down another missile near Tel Aviv.

HAMAS TV SAYS ISRAELI AIRSTRIKE KILLED TWO CAMERAMEN - Hamas-run Al-Aqsa TV says two cameramen were killed leaving a hospital. (Note: Graphic content)

BAN KI-MOON MEETS ISRAELI PM NETANYAHU - UN Secretary General and Israeli PM comment on crisis after talks

SOUTH ISRAEL ROCKET ATTACK, IRON DOME - Wrap of latest violence, including militant rockets falling in southern Israel and the West Bank, plus Iron Dome launches.

HAMAS KILLS SUSPECTED COLLABORATORS - Masked militants have executed six men accused of collaborating with Israel. (Note: Graphic content)

FIVE REPORTED KILLED IN ISRAELI AIRSTRIKE - Senior militant among those reported killed in an airstrike on a car in Gaza.

EGYPT UN - UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon urges Israel and Hamas to call an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

DR CONGO FIGHTING - Rebels clash with UN forces at Goma airport before taking control of sections of the strategic city. AVAILABLE NOW

AUSTRALIA FIRE - Evacuations as a large bushfire rages out of control in South Australia. AVAILABLE NOW

RUSSIAN WOMAN KEEPS HUSBAND'S BODY - A woman has kept the mummified body of her dead husband in their home for almost three years. AVAILABLE NOW.

CLOWN OLYMPICS HELD IN MEXICO - The Clowns Club of Mexico has staged a special 'clown Olympics' to raise money for charity. AVAILABLE NOW.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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ELMO PUPPETEER RESIGNS AFTER NEW ACCUSATION - Kevin Clash has resigned amid a new accusation he had sex with an underage youth. AVAILABLE NOW.

(Note: Further update expected with news conference by new accuser)

DORFF ON 'THE MOTEL LIFE' - Stephen Dorff talks about the award-winning film, which portrays two brothers living on the fringes of US society. AVAILABLE NOW.

'LIZ AND DICK' STAR TALKS ABOUT FILM, LINDSAY LOHAN - Actor Grant Bowler, who plays Richard Burton, talks about co-star Lindsay Lohan. AVAILABLE NOW.

COOPER, LAWRENCE TEAM UP FOR SECOND TIME - Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper appear at 'Silver Linings' screening in Los Angeles. AVAILABLE NOW.

COLIN FIRTH AND CAMERON DIAZ TEAM UP IN 'GAMBIT' - Colin Firth and Cameron Diaz talk about pants-off comedy - and working with a lion. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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US MEN TURN TO BOTOX - American men are turning to Botox - dubbed 'Bro-tox' - in a bid to stay younger and more competitive at work.

SINGAPORE PANDAS SETTLE IN NEW HOME - A multi-million dollar, climate-controlled enclosure has welcomed Singapore's new Giant Pandas.

UK TEEN DRINKERS GETTING YOUNGER - Britain's teens are drinking more, with drunkenness now reported in children as young as 12.

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