Startups that help app users find rides with nearby drivers are hoping to cut down on the number of cars on the road, and if traditional taxi companies don't adapt, they'll probably be run out of business, Read says.
Officials see an accident, not foul play, in the explosions and fires that engulfed two fuel barges Wednesday night at river's edge in Mobile, Ala. They are waiting for the wreckage to cool to look for the cause of ignition.
In the Oct. 23 debate, to be livestreamed over the Internet, independent presidential candidates are expected to take on a wider range of issues, including diminished civil liberties and the drug war.
A call for companies to require English of all their employees seems insensitive – and unnecessary.
Newt Gingrich calling Mitt Romney a liar, boorish friends texting at dinner, bad Facebook manners: The nation's etiquette gap – from a shove to a shooting – can breed more incivility.