BLUE JACKETS WIN FIRST PLAYOFF GAME IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

The Blue Jackets defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 in double overtime in Game 2 of the series.

Here is an update on the AP Video-US stories available or expected for 02/06/2013:

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POSTAL CUTS 'HIT SENIORS' - Seniors say they will miss Saturday mail deliveries. See National.

CAT'S WHISKERS - The cat wins the vote for a new Monopoly piece. See National.

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OUT OF FOCUS? New camera technology allows you to fix the focus and change the perspective of your photos after the event. AVAILABLE NOW.

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NATIONAL

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SCOUTS DELAY GAY POLICY - Boy Scouts delay a vote on whether to relax their ban on gay scouts. AVAILABLE NOW.

ETHAN'S BIRTHDAY - Church holds celebration to mark birthday of rescued five-year-old hostage Ethan (note: he will not attend).

POSTAL CHIEF: OUR FINANCIAL CONDITION IS URGENT - The USPS plans to stop delivering letters on Saturday as part of cuts aimed at saving $2 billion a year.

AVAILABLE NOW. Note: Further reaction from staff, customers and union officials expected.

CELEBS CALL FOR ACTION ON GUN VIOLENCE - Celebrities including Chris Rock, Amanda Peet and Tony Bennett join calls for gun control. AVAILABLE NOW.

OBAMA NOMINATES INTERIOR SECRETARY - President Obama expected to nominate executive Sally Jewell to lead Interior Department. AVAILABLE NOW.

DEFENSE CUTS TO HIT AIRCRAFT CARRIER GROUP - Defense secretary says sequester will force cut in number of Persian Gulf aircraft carriers to one.

CAT WINS IN MONOPOLY VOTE - The iron will be replaced by a cat after a public vote for a new Monopoly piece. AVAILABLE NOW.

EMPIRE STATE RUN - The annual run up 86 flights of stairs takes place in the Empire State Building tonight.

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REGIONAL

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CO, DENVER SHOOTING KILLS 2 CHILDREN, WOMAN - Police are investigating the shooting of four people in Denver. One child survived. AVAILABLE NOW.

GA, RAW: FATAL FIERY HIGHWAY CRASH - More than two dozen vehicles collided in a fiery pileup on a Georgia interstate. AVAILABLE NOW.

NY, MANDELA'S 'HEALTH IS GOOD' - Nelson Mandela's granddaughters show first photo of him since his release from hospital. AVAILABLE NOW.

FL, RAW: WOMAN CURSES AT JUDGE, GETS TIME - A woman who cursed at a Florida judge paid the price, when she was jailed for contempt. AVAILABLE NOW.

TX, 911 CALL RELEASED IN 'AMERICAN SNIPER' KILLING - Police release 911 call made by accused's sister following killings. AVAILABLE NOW.

IN, DISABLED GIRL'S FEET DUCT-TAPED AT SCHOOL - Officials are investigating after an 8-year-old girl came home with shoes duct-taped to her feet. AVAILABLE NOW.

CA, CHRIS BROWN PROBATION - Chris Brown attends probation hearing after prosecutors allege breaches of conditions.

FL, POSTAL CUTS REACTION - Seniors who rely on postal deliveries react to Saturday service cuts.

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INTERNATIONAL

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SOLOMONS TSUNAMI - At least four dead and dozens of homes damaged after quake triggers tsunami wave in Solomon Islands. AVAILABLE NOW.

MALI PUNISHMENT - A woman from Timbuktu tells how she was punished by Islamists for having a forbidden relationship. AVAILABLE NOW.

MALI TROOPS - French and Malian forces advance into areas north of Gao. AVAILABLE NOW.

TUNISIA SHOOTING - Crowds gather after opposition leader was shot dead. AVAILABLE NOW.

Also see: TUNISIA PROTEST - Teargas fired during protests after killing of opposition leader. AVAILABLE NOW.

SYRIA FIGHTING - Heavy fighting around Damascus. AVAILABLE NOW.

AUSTRIA SLEEP STUDIO - Sleep studio offers peace and quiet for workers in need of a power nap. AVAILABLE NOW.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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'BEAUTIFUL CREATURES' STARS INTERVIEW - 'Beautiful Creatures' stars Alice Englert and Alden Ehrenreich on their magical teen drama. AVAILABLE NOW.

'WRECK-IT RALPH' CAST ON OSCAR NOMINATION - John C Reilly and Sarah Silverman on the Oscar-nominated animation 'Wreck-It Ralph.' AVAILABLE NOW.

BECKHAM'S NEW UNDERWEAR AD - Guy Ritchie helps David Beckham become an underwear-wearing action hero in new ad. AVAILABLE NOW.

'SAFE HAVEN' CAST AT PREMIERE - Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough premiere 'Safe Haven' in LA. Broadcast video already available. AVAILABLE NOW.

'THE FACE' LATEST MODEL SHOW - Naomi Campbell, Karolina Kurkova and Coco Rocha premiere new modeling competition TV show. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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ITALY NAIL ART CONTEST - Beauticians compete in annual 'Nailympics' to create works of art on the tips of your finger. AVAILABLE NOW.

HAIR TRANSPLANT ROBOT - New hair transplant robot is launched in the UK. AVAILABLE NOW.

BELGIUM ART BARTERING - In effort to beat the credit crunch, art lovers are bartering for work of art. AVAILABLE NOW.

AUSTRALIA FLYING DOCTORS - Doctors in training for Australia's iconic flying medical service. AVAILABLE NOW.

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