Following last month's legislative win, the on-call car service rolls out its taxi option in the nation's capital.
The Solar Impulse starts the fourth leg of its flight across America, but it will have to make a pit stop in Cincinnati to avoid bad weather before landing in Washington, D.C.
The two companies head to the appeals court to argue, once again, over a sales ban on devices.
The Washington D.C. Taxi Commission outlaws UberX because it uses mid-size vehicles without a meter, which supposedly causes unfair competition to taxicabs.
Following suit with other national newspapers, the struggling D.C. paper is said to be looking for additional revenue streams.
CEOs from AT&T, T-Mobile USA, Sprint Nextel, and Cellular South will head to Washington, D.C., next week to argue for and against AT&T's $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile USA.
Tech firms present a rare unified front in asking President Obama and Congress "to enact immigration reform this year." But the political obstacles they face in Washington are considerable.
Facebook is hiring a political outreach manager to spread the gospel of Instagram on Capitol Hill.
Only available in Washington, D.C., and for a limited time, the service enables users to order household items and have a driver bring the products directly to their doorstep.
The Web giant's mapping feature now boasts live departure times or service alerts in three new U.S. metropolitan areas.