White House tightens visa waiver program

In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, the White House on Monday announced new requirements to a program that has allowed passengers from 38 countries — including Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and most of Europe — to fly to the United States without a visa.

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Metro: Woman said she didn't mean to hurt ex-husband

After telling a Metro officer she had shot her ex-husband early Thanksgiving morning, Michelle Young said she pulled the trigger when he told her "to go f*** myself," according to an arrest report released Monday.




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Fossil fuels a necessity for human progress

Starting today, Nevadans may want to keep a watchful eye on what world leaders say and do in Paris. The heads of 190 countries, including U.S. President Barack Obama, are meeting for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change.