Here is an update on the AP Video-US stories available or expected for 01/30/2013:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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OBESITY MYTHS - No, sex won't help you lose weight. And eating more vegetables may not help either. See National.

ROYAL RIDE - Prince Charles rides London's Underground to mark the Tube's 150th anniversary. See International.

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SCI-FI CARGO BLIMP BEING BUILT IN CALIFORNIA - It looks like a science-fiction spaceship. But a prototype cargo blimp being built in California could become the military's heavy-lifter of the future. AVAILABLE NOW.

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GIFFORDS: BE BOLD ON GUN CONTROL - Gabby Giffords testify before Senate committee on gun violence. AVAILABLE NOW. Note: NRA testimony expected.

OBAMA ON IMMIGRATION - President Obama talks to Latin American TV stations about immigration reform. Note: AP accessing video after 6:30 p.m. eastern embargo.

SEX TO LOSE WEIGHT? DEBUNKING OBESITY MYTHS - New report debunks some of the seven most quoted myths on weight loss. AVAILABLE NOW. Note: Embargoed for release at 5 p.m. eastern.

BILL GATES ON POVERTY AND THE US - Bill Gates talks to AP about the importance of foreign aid, and why the US is falling behind. AVAILABLE NOW.

MAKE-OR-BREAK BLACKBERRY - RIM releases its new BlackBerry 10, a makeover critical to the company's future.

LEWIS: THERE IS NOTHING TO ENHANCER REPORTS - Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and coach John Harbaugh deny performance enhancer report. AVAILABLE NOW.

NAPOLITANO: SUPER BOWL IS SAFE - Security will be tight for Super Bowl, but there are no specific threats, according to Homeland Security. AVAILABLE NOW.

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AZ, THREE INJURED IN SHOOTING - A gunman remains at large after three people were shot at an office complex.

AL, SCHOOL BUS DRIVER KILLED, CHILD HELD HOSTAGE - Police and FBI agents have surrounded a bunker where a child is being held hostage.

AVAILABLE NOW. Note: Further updates expected.

IL, YOUNG INAUGURATION PERFORMER SLAIN - A 15-year-old girl who took part in the inaugural parade is the latest victim of gun violence in Chicago.

CA, LINDSAY LOHAN BACK IN COURT - See Entertainment.

NE, GONGS GET GOING FOR DEALER - A small internet start-up has mushroomed into one of the world's leading gong retailers. AVAILABLE NOW.

FL, 49ers COACH: 'ENTHUSIASM UNKNOWN TO MANKIND' - Jim Harbaugh says his team's enthusiasm knows no bounds. AVAILABLE NOW.

FL, LEWIS: THERE IS NOTHING TO ENHANCER REPORTS - Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and coach John Harbaugh deny performance enhancer report. AVAILABLE NOW.

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UK ROYALS RIDE TUBE - Prince Charles and Camilla take a ride on London's famous Tube to mark its 150th anniversary. AVAILABLE NOW.

WHITE CUBS GET CHECKUP - White lion and tiger cubs get a medical check-up at a German zoo. AVAILABLE NOW.

UK MALALA - Girl shot by Taliban will have titanium plate fitted to her skull. AVAILABLE NOW.

KUWAIT SYRIA SUMMIT - UN holds donors conference on aid for Syria.

SOUTH KOREA LAUNCH - South Korea successfully puts a satellite into orbit. AVAILABLE NOW.

NORTH KOREA ROCKET - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un describes December's rocket launch as a 'historic event.'

GREECE CLASHES - Police arrest protesters during clashes inside Ministry of Labor. AVAILABLE NOW.

AUSTRALIA FLOODS - Torrential rain forces thousands to evacuate homes and businesses. AVAILABLE NOW.

CHINA POLLUTION - Residents struggle as thick smog continues to envelop Beijing. AVAILABLE NOW.

CHINA SINKHOLE - Building collapse caught on camera as sinkhole swallows up homes. AVAILABLE NOW.

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LINDSAY LOHAN BACK IN COURT - Lindsay Lohan has appeared before a judge to hear her trial will begin on March 18. AVAILABLE NOW.

JOHN MALKOVICH PREMIERES NEW ZOMBIE MOVIE - 'Warm Bodies' premieres in Los Angeles. AVAILABLE NOW.

'NEW GIRL' ACTOR TALKS ABOUT BEING TYPECAST - Emmy-nominated Max Greenfield says he's not afraid of being typecast. AVAILABLE NOW.

LYNCH ON HORROR THRILLER - Actress Jennifer Lynch talks about her new horror thriller 'Chained.'

'I GIVE IT A YEAR' CAST ON CELEBRITY RELATIONSHIPS - Cast of 'I Give it A Year' talk about the obsession with celebrity relationships.

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

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SUPER BOWL SODA POLITICS - Plans by Israeli firm SodaStream to advertise during Super Bowl spark protests amid claims it exploits Palestinian workers. AVAILABLE NOW.

EVERYDAY OBJECTS BECOME EXTRAORDINARY - Britain's Design Museum is highlighting the designs behind everyday objects such as chairs and kitchen appliances. AVAILABLE NOW.

GRAND CENTRAL STATION TURNS 100 - One of New York's most visited monuments, Grand Central Station, is celebrating its centenary. AVAILABLE NOW.

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