Thousands of people took to Hong Kong’s streets to show support for press freedom and to demand police step up efforts to catch assailants who critically injured a former newspaper editor.
Hong Kong police located a taxi driver who picked up a possible suspect in the stabbing of a former newspaper editor, the South China Morning Post reported, citing an unidentified person.
Nigel Farage said his U.K. Independence Party was on course to cause an “earthquake” in the May European Parliament elections as concern over immigration grows.
Uber Technologies Inc. and other taxi services that let people summon drivers by smartphone might be shut down in Seattle if they don’t carry more insurance, Mayor Ed Murray said.
As Ukrainians take to the streets to demand change in their former part of the Soviet empire, there are disturbing protests in another.
When FIFA General Secretary Jerome Valcke arrived at the new stadium in Manaus, Brazil, to promote a program that taught the World Cup city’s taxi drivers English, his cab was decorated with black tape.
In the heart of the Canadian Prairies, bankers made no pretense of working once the puck dropped to start the men’s Olympic hockey semifinal between Canada and the U.S.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to slow the pace of life on city streets to 25 miles per hour wasn’t an issue for one cabbie mired among the brake lights of traffic-clogged Manhattan.
Once, the market for interest-rate swaps fit in your pocket.
Parisian taxi drivers blocked traffic from the French capital’s airports today to protest against a court ruling that threw out a government plan to restrict competition from private car services.