Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we're working on for 09/20/2012

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Posted on September 20, 2012 at 8:31 AM

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we're working on for 09/20/2012.

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FEATURES

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OUTLOOK FOR CHINA'S SOLAR INDUSTRY CLOUDY - Rivals are accusing China, the world's largest producer of solar panels, of selling products at a loss to put competitors out of business. The EU is investigating following a complaint by a group of 25 producers of solar gear. The investigation is expected to last 15 months, but if there is strong early evidence of dumping it is possible to impose temporary duties within nine months.

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NATIONAL

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APPLE IPHONE 5 - Tomorrow, Apple launches the newest member of its mobile device family - the iPhone 5. With Google Maps no longer a default application with the new operating system, many iPhone owners are worried about the downfalls of the new mapping software.

CAMPAIGN IMPACT ON SENATE RACES - The impact of the presidential campaign can be seen throughout both parties. With tight Senate races in Massachusetts and Virginia, analysts weigh in on whether Obama's lead is helping him and if Romney's gaffes are working against him.

OBAMA-BIDEN CAMPAIGN - President Obama continues campaigning in Florida with a fundraiser in Tampa.

ROMNEY-RYAN CAMPAIGN - Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is also campaigning in Florida with an event in Sarasota.

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REGIONAL

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IL, DETENTION HEARING FOR TERROR SUSPECT IN CAR BOMB CASE - The detention hearing is taking place for Adel Daoud, an 18-year-old facing terrorism-related charges for allegedly trying to set off what he thought was a car bomb next to a Chicago bar.

DC, CONSTRUCTION OF INAUGURAL PLATFORM BEGINS - The first nail is being hammered in to the 2013 Inaugural Platform for the January 21, 2013 presidential inauguration ceremonies.

AK, POWERFUL WINDS POUND ANCHORAGE - A powerful wind storm pounded Anchorage, Alaska, damaging homes and buildings, and flipping cars and trucks. The wind forced two commercial flights and five cargo planes headed for Anchorage to divert to other locations.

CA, LATEST IN 3D TECHNOLOGY ON DISPLAY - Electronics salesmen are showing off the latest in technology at the 5th annual 3D Summit in Los Angeles.

TX, CLOSE CALL: QUICK-THINKING OFFICERS DODGE CRASH - Dashcam video from Lubbock, Texas shows two officers pushing a woman out of the way and dodging a moving police vehicle, after a van hit it and sent it hurtling towards them.

AZ, ENFORCEMENT OF ARIZONE IMMIGRATION LAW PROTESTED - A day after the most contentious provision of Arizona's immigration law took effect, rallies were held around Phoenix to protest the law that civil rights activists say will lead to systematic racial profiling. (Sept. 19)

WA, PROSECUTORS: WOMAN TRIED TO DECAPITATE HUSBAND - A woman is accused of trying to use a saw to decapitate her husband while he was sleeping at home. (Sept. 19)

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INTERNATIONAL

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FIRE DESTROYS BANGLADESH SHANTYTOWN - A fire destroyed at least 500 homes in a poor district in Bangladesh's capital Dhaka. Officials say it took more than two hours to bring the blaze under control and it is unclear what caused the fire.

MORE AFGHAN PROTESTS AGAINST ANTI-ISLAM FILM - Protests against an anti-Islam film which ridicules the Prophet Muhammad continued in the Afghan city of Jalalabad. University students marched and chanted anti-American slogans, and they burned an effigy of President Barack Obama.

SYRIA - Fighting continues close to the Turkish border as rebels attack the Syrian army. Diplomats from more than 60 countries met in a suburb of the Dutch city of The Hague to discuss tightening economic sanctions against Syria's ruling regime.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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EASTWOOD ANSWERS QUESTIONS ON RNC APPEARANCE - At the premiere of his new drama 'Trouble With the Curve,' actor Clint Eastwood fields questions about his much-discussed appearance at the Republican National Convention.

KIMMEL HELPS ROLL OUT RED CARPET FOR EMMYS - Emmys host Jimmy Kimmel helps roll out the red carpet and talks about the show coming up this weekend.

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AP LIFESTYLE (AP VIDEO-US INCLUDES AP LIFESTYLE STORIES)

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HONG KONG JEWELRY FAIR - It's the 30th anniversary of the September Hong Kong Jewelry and Gem Fair, and organizers say the diamond display is the largest of its kind in the world. The Hong Kong fair is the largest in Asia, and attracts visitors from across the region wanting to buy ahead of the traditional present-giving season of Diwali, Christmas and Chinese New Year that runs from November to Spring.

DENNIS HOPPER EXHIBITION OPENS IN BERLIN - Dennis Hopper is the Easy Rider actor who came to symbolize counter-culture Hollywood. He is less well-known as a photographer, but an exhibit in Berlin is changing that. A collection of more than 400 recently discovered prints in which Dennis Hopper documented the U.S. arts scene of the mid-1960s, the civil rights movement and his celebrity friends.

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