As Fair Housing Act Turns 50, Landmark Law Faces Uncertain Future

Under the Trump administration, and most Republican White Houses, enforcement of the 1968 anti-discrimination law has weakened. Housing advocates say the constantly changing federal approach has held back progress.

4 Ways Uber Wants to Expand Its Services

Under CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, the company wants to partner with cities and be more than just a rideshare.

• To Uber and Lyft's Displeasure, Cities Start Taxing Them

Migration Out of Big Urban Counties Accelerates

Major urban jurisdictions, including some that had previously staved off losses, are seeing more residents move away.

Governments Increasingly Tax Uber and Lyft for Transit Revenue

Ride-hailing services are crying foul. But cities and states say they’re merely taxing services.