The archive of all headlines from July 23, 2015, organized by time of publication.
Under a last-minute agreement, city officials agreed to table legislation that would cap the company’s growth in its largest market but will still study the impact of new transportation services on congestion.
After rallying support of its users and local drivers, Uber got what it wanted — again — as city officials reached a last-minute agreement to table legislation that would cap the tech and transit company’s growth in its largest market.
Trishawn Cardessa Carey is charged with assault with a deadly weapon against a police officer, even though video doesn't show her striking anyone, or even swinging the club. Woman may face life sentence for picking up baton in LAPD confrontation
Secretary of State John Kerry, who testifies before a Senate committee on the Iran nuclear deal later today, will face a row of skeptics in both parties in a sign of how much the attitudes have changed toward attempts to limit nuclear ambitions of foreign rivals through diplomacy.
Senate Republicans opened the first public hearing on the Iranian nuclear agreement with sharp criticism that made clear they are unlikely to be convinced to support a deal aimed at preventing Tehran from developing a bomb.
The important question for the Greek people. Does the vote of acceptance by the Greek parliament provide a legally binding green-light to the government to finalize debt negotiations AGAINST the Greek people, overriding the NO Vote in the Referendum. What is the role of a referendum under Greece’s constitution?
Senate Republicans expressed skepticism at the first public hearing on the Iranian agreement, making clear they are unlikely to be persuaded to support a deal aimed at preventing Tehran from developing a nuclear bomb.
Turkey has agreed to allow the U.S. to use Turkish soil to launch attacks against the Islamic State, signaling a major policy shift by the once-reluctant U.S. ally and a significant escalation in Syria operations.