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Here's the latest news for Wednesday, October 16th: Senate, House to vote on debt, shutdown deal; Quake destroys Philippine ...
churches; New Jersey gets a new senator tonight; Kangaroo caught in airport pharmacy.
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SHOTLIST:Washington- 16 October 2013AP TELEVISION- AP Clients Only1. Wide of Carney walking into breaking room2. Reverse shot of CarneySENATE TV- Access All3. Wide of Senate FloorBohol Province, Philippines- 16 October 2013AP TELEVISION- AP CLIENTS ONLY4. Various of earthquake damageNewark, New Jersey- 16 October 2013AP TELEVISION- AP CLIENTS ONLY5. Wide of Cory Booker walking in polling placeWABC-TV -- COURTESYBogata, New Jersey -- October 16, 20136. Wide of Lonegan in polling placeNewark, New Jersey- 16 October 2013AP TELEVISION- AP CLIENTS ONLY7. Wide of Cory Booker outside polling placeWABC-TV -- COURTESYBogata, New Jersey -- October 16, 20138. Wide of Lonegan getting into carMelbourne, Australia- 16 October 20139. Various of Kangaroo inside pharmacyVOICE-OVER SCRIPT: THIS IS A-P NEWS MINUTE.THE WHITE HOUSE SAYS A SENATE-BACKED DEAL TO RE-OPEN THE GOVERNMENT AND RAISE THE DEBT CEILING *ACHIEVES WHAT'S NECESSARY*.THE DEAL WOULD REOPEN THE GOVERNMENT THROUGH AT LEAST JANUARY 15TH AND THE NATION'S BORROWING AUTHORITY WOULD BE EXTENDED THROUGH FEBRUARY 7TH.======================THE EARTHQUAKE THAT STRUCK THE CENTRAL PHILIPPINES HAS KILLED AT LEAST 144 PEOPLE. THE QUAKE ALSO DEALT A SERIOUS BLOW TO THE REGION'S HISTORICAL AND RELIGIOUS LEGACY. A DOZEN OR MORE CHURCHES SOME OF THEM HUNDREDS OF YEARS OLD WERE HEAVILY DAMAGED.======================NEW JERSEY SENATE RIVALS CORY BOOKER AND STEVE LONEGAN HAVE CAST THEIR BALLOTS AS VOTERS CHOOSE A NEW SENATOR.THE WINNER WILL FILL THE REMAINDER THE LATE FRANK LAUTENBERG'S TERM. BOOKER SAYS THE RACE IS A REFERENDUM ON WHAT'S HAPPENING IN WASHINGTON WHILE LONEGAN SAYS HE'S CLOSED THE GAP AGAINST THE NEWARK MAYOR.======================AN INJURED KANGAROO HOPPED THROUGH THE MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA AIRPORT.WILDLIFE VOLUNTEERS CAPTURED THE STRAY MARSUPIAL IN THE AIRPORT PHARMACY.ONE OF ITS RESCUERS NAMED IT CYRUS, AND the KANGAROO WAS TAKEN TO A LOCAL VET FOR TREATMENT.SIGOUT - ____ ______, The Associated Press with AP News Minute. ---------------------------------------