Here is an update on the AP Video-US stories available or expected for 01/22/2013

Here is an update on the AP Video-US stories available or expected for 01/22/2013:



BACKFLIPPING THROUGH CANCER - A Mississippi student did a backflip a day through 2012 after being diagnosed with cancer. See Regional - South.

SUBWAY SURVIVOR - CCTV captures a fainting woman being rescued from subway tracks. See International.




OBAMA'S NEW TERM - The Inaugural reviewing stand is dismantled as President Obama and Vice President Biden attend a prayer breakfast.

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STARS LIGHT UP INAUGURAL BALL STAGES - Alicia Keys, Jennifer Hudson, and John Legend were among the performers at the inaugural balls.

FAMILIES, OFFICIALS REACT TO HOSTAGE CRISIS - Family of slain hostage talks of their anger, together with latest State Department and White House reaction. AVAILABLE NOW. Also see International.

COLD VERSUS HOT WEATHER - Temperatures dip throughout central and eastern U.S. - while Los Angeles records record temperatures.

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FIRST LADY'S FASHION - Michelle Obama's outfits showcased American designers and main-street brands. AP has reaction from designers and style experts.




TX, CAMPUS SHOOTING - One person has been arrested and two injured at a college campus on the outskirts of Houston.

NY, WINTER BLAST CILLS NEW YORK CITY - New Yorkers and visitors alike rug up against the cold. AVAILABLE NOW.

NY, MICRO APARTMENTS EXHIBIT - A New York City museum has built a full size micro apartment to showcase the need for smaller living spaces. AVAILABLE NOW.

MS, BACKFLIPPING THROUGH CANCER - A student in Jackson, Mississippi decided to do a back flip a day to remember 2012 after being diagnosed with cancer.

WA, SEATTLE GROUP REACHES DEAL TO BUY KINGS - A group of investors in Seattle has reached a deal to buy the NBA's Sacramento Kings. AVAILABLE NOW.

DC, INAUGURATION TEAR DOWN - The party is over as the tear down of the inauguration platforms begins. AVAILABLE NOW.




ISRAEL ELECTION - Israeli PM is expected to return to office following elections in Israel. AVAILABLE NOW. Note: Update expected from AP Jerusalem correspondent following release of exit polls.

NEW VIDEO OF SIEGE AFTERMATH - New video emerges of the aftermath of the Algerian siege. AVAILABLE NOW.

SURVEY REVEALS DIP IN GLOBAL BUSINESS CONFIDENCE - On the eve of the Davos summit, a new survey paints a gloomy picture of business confidence. AVAILABLE NOW.

MALI FIGHTING - French troops patrol the streets of Diabaly, securing the town with Malian forces a week after it was seized by Islamic extremists. AVAILABLE NOW.

CHINA FITNESS - The Chinese government has urged schools to beef up their physical education after two college students collapsed and died during mandatory running exams. AVAILABLE NOW.

SPAIN METRO FALL - An off-duty police officer jumps on the tracks of a Madrid underground station to save a woman who fainted onto the tracks. AVAILABLE NOW.

RUSSIA GAY RALLY - Members of the gay community protested outside the State Duma against the planned law banning 'gay propaganda.' AVAILABLE NOW.




DANIEL RADCLIFFE CONJURES BRAVE ROLE AS GAY POET - 'Harry Potter' star plays a gay poet in Sundance Film Festival release. AVAILABLE NOW.

CARRELL, COLLETTE REUNITE AT SUNDANCE - 'Little Miss Sunshine' stars reunite in a new film at Sundance. AVAILABLE NOW.

KIDMAN TALKS CAREER AT SUNDANCE - Nicole Kidman talks about her career as she premieres her new film 'Stoker' at the Sundance Film Festival. AVAILABLE NOW.

LaBEOUF AND WOOD AT SUNDANCE - Shia LaBeouf and Evan Rachel Wood attend the Sundance premiere of their dark drama 'The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman.' AVAILABLE NOW.

STARS PERFORM AT INAUGURAL BALL - Brad Paisley, Alicia Keys, and Jennifer Hudson were among the performers at the inaugural ball. AVAILABLE NOW.




INDONESIA PRIMATE CENTER - The Schmutzer Primate Center has been at the forefront of primate research in the Indonesian capital Jakarta for the past decade. AVAILABLE NOW.

ROMANIA WEDDING SHOW - The wedding show season has kicked off in the Romanian capital. AVAILABLE NOW.

ALTERNATIVES TO ANIMAL TESTING - Scientists in Britain are leading the search for alternatives to animal testing. AVAILABLE NOW.

AFGHANISTAN MUSIC - A group of Afghan teenagers will begin a 12-day music tour of the United States in February. AVAILABLE NOW.


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