Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 01/10/2013

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 01/10/2013:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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'LINCOLN' TOPS OSCAR NOMINATIONS - Abe Lincoln biopic scoops 12 Oscar nominations. See Entertainment.

HOW MUCH IS A PET WORTH? - A Texas court is set to decide the 'sentimental value' of a pet. See Regional - West.

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NATIONAL

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BIDEN MEETS NRA, VIDEO PRODUCERS - Vice President Biden meets the NRA and video producers to discuss gun violence.

FLU OUTBREAK HITS HOME - The flu outbreak is being compounded by cases of norovirus, laryngitis and whooping cough. At least one hospital has set up a tent to cope with the workload.

NEW TREASURY SECRETARY - President Obama is expected to nominate Jack Lew as treasury secretary. AP will also seek market reaction.

KARZAI MEETS CLINTON - Afghan President Hamid Karzai meets Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for talks.

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REGIONAL

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NJ, BUS CRASH - Three people trapped after two buses collide, one hitting a tree.

NY, SANDY CHARITY - Cantor Fitzgerald, the firm hardest hit by the 911 attack, donates $10 million to victims of Superstorm Sandy.

FL, MISSING MEN - NAACP, actor Tyler Perry and the Rev. Al Sharpton call for renewed investigation into the decade-old case of two missing men.

TX, HOW DO YOU VALUE A PET? - Supreme Court to rule in case claiming damages for 'sentimental value' of a much-loved dog, euthanized by mistake.

OH, THREE MEN ACCUED OF ROBBING CASINO WINNER - Three men are accused of following a casino winner home and stealing his blackjack money.

NY, GAME OVER FOR MONOPOLY PIECE - One of Monopoly's iconic player pieces will be replaced after a public vote. Hasbro explains why.

NY, GRAND CENTRAL STATION TURNS 100 - A tour of parts of Grand Central station few passengers see, as it kicks off its centennial anniversary celebrations.

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INTERNATIONAL

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AUSTRALIA FIRES - Bush fires continue to burn across south-eastern Australia, with temperatures set to soar again.

CANADA WHALES - A pod of killer whales remains trapped beneath pack ice.

CHINA GOOGLE - Google boss Eric Schmidt and Bill Richardson talk about their mission to North Korea.

CHINA IMMOLATION ART - A Chinese artist tests the boundaries, with new artwork featuring Tibetan self-immolations.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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OSCAR NOMINATIONS - Abe Lincoln biopic garners the biggest number of Oscar nominations.

TOM CRUISE BRINGS 'REACHER' TO SEOUL - Tom Cruise attends the premiere of 'Reacher' in South Korea. AVAILABLE NOW.

'HUNGER GAMES' WINS BIG AT PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS - Hunger Games scoops five trophies at People's Choice Awards. AVAILABLE NOW.

STARS HIT 'PEOPLE'S CHOICE' RED CARPET - A lineup of stars grace the red carpet ahead of the People's Choice Awards. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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GADGETS GALORE AT CES - AP coverage of CES continues, with the latest gadgets on display in Las Vegas.

Already Available

GET A BIRD'S EYE VIEW WITH AR DRONE

FLOWER POWER GADGET HELPS PLANTS LIVE LONGER

VOMITING ROBOT HELPS SCIENTISTS STUDY NOROVIRUS

WIRELESS WORLD WITH NO CABLES

INDIA'S RHINOS UNDER THREAT - India's rare Assamese rhinos face new threats from poachers and encroaching development. AVAILABLE NOW.

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