Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 12/06/2012

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Posted on December 7, 2012 at 9:02 AM

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 12/06/2012:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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NAMING THE DEAD - Painstaking detective work by a Pearl Harbor survivor is finally putting names to unidentified graves. See Regional - West.

MY COFFEE'S BEEN WHERE? Elephant dung coffee is the latest craze from Thailand - but it comes at a price. See International.

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NATIONAL

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JOBLESS FIGURE FALLS TO FOUR-YEAR-LOW -The US economy added 146,000 new jobs in November, cutting the jobless rate to 7.7 percent.

FISCAL CLIFF LATEST - With talks at a stalemate, Vice President Biden will meet workers who will see their taxes go up if no deal is done. House Speaker John Boehner is also expected to comment.

PEARL HARBOR DAY - Ceremonies marking Pearl Harbor Day are held at the World War II memorial in Washington DC. Also see Regional - West.

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REGIONAL

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MI, RIGHT TO WORK REACTIONS - Latest reactions from Detroit after Michigan voted in favor of 'right-to-work' legislation.

MI, RIGHT TO WORK VOTE SPARKS PROTESTS - Protesters jammed the Michigan capitol after lawmakers approved 'right-to-work' legislation. AVAILABLE NOW.

NY, SUBWAY PLATFORM FALLS - What is the best advice to save your life if you fall onto the tracks in New York's subway?

CO, GRAPPLING WITH COLORADO'S NEW MARIJUANA LAW - Despite new laws legalizing marijuana, some prosecutors are still pursuing cases filed before it takes effect. AVAILABLE NOW.

NY, 'PLAY IT AGAIN' PIANO UP FOR GRABS - The piano from Rick's Cafe in 'Casablanca' is about to go up for auction.

HI, PEARL HARBOR SURVIVOR HELPS IDENTIFY DEAD - A survivor of the raid is helping to put names to some 600 victims who were buried, unidentified, in a volcanic crater. AVAILABLE NOW

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INTERNATIONAL

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JAPAN EARTHQUAKE - Tsunami warnings are lifted after a strong earthquake rattled buildings across Japan.

GAZA MASHAAL - Exiled Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal bursts into tears as he visits Gaza for the first time.

UK CLINTON - Secretary of State meets Northern Ireland leaders, comments on Syrian crisis.

EGYPT FUNERALS - Funerals of protesters killed in Cairo clashes.

PHILIPPINES TYPHOON - Aerials of widespread destruction caused by Typhoon Bopha.

THAILAND ELEPHANT COFFEE - Coffee that has passed through an elephant's gut is the latest taste from Thailand - at $50 a cup.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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CAST AT US HOBBIT PREMIERE - Peter Jackson and cast attend The Hobbit premiere in New York, where Sir Ian McKellen backed gay marriage laws. AVAILABLE NOW.

OPRAH HONORED AT BLACK BALL - Alicia Keys talks about honoring Oprah Winfrey at the annual Black Ball. AVAILABLE NOW.

PROMISED LAND PREMIERE - Matt Damon, Gus Van Sant and Rosemarie Dewitt talk about their new film. AVAILABLE NOW.

DEMIAN BICHIR HONORED - Oscar-nominated actor Demian Bichir is presented with a Courageous Luminaries award. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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SWINGS AND HOMING PIGEONS AT INTERACTIVE NYC EXHIBITION - Visitors can use giant swings, or read to pigeons at this New York art show.

ROBOTS, BAMBOO BIKES AMONG DESIGNS ON SHOW IN HONG KONG - Hong Kong design expo features customized bamboo bikes and the latest in robotics.

GEORGIANS PREPARE TRADITIONAL SWEETS FOR CHRISTMAS - A sticky walnut and grape juice confection is the most popular Christmas treat in Georgia.

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