The Washington Post

Travelers could be seen walking along highways with their luggage, trying to get to Paris's Orly International Airport after rioting taxi drivers protesting Uber shut down traffic.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is considering allowing app-based services to operate at National and Dulles airports.

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick says the company that started with two cars on the streets of San Francisco is expected to add 1 million drivers this year and expand its carpooling service.

In the lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court, cab drivers call for a level playing field and equal treatment.

App-based car services will be able to operate legally in the state under the new law.

The legislation allows Uber and other popular app-based ride services to operate legally in the state.

The proposal, which now heads to the House, would give Uber and other app-based car services permanent legal status in Maryland. Today is the final day of the legislative session.

Uber has agreed to operate as a common carrier in Maryland, which means its UberBlack and UberSUV services are subjected to state regulations.

Virginia has adopted a regulatory framework for the app-based car services. The new regulations allow the companies to legally operate in the Commonwealth.

Taxicab drivers protest in downtown, again, as D.C. Council is expected to vote on rules that affect them.

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