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Lyft driver throws gay couple out of car for kissing

Lyft driver throws Indianapolis gay couple out of car for kissing.

INDIANAPOLIS -- Ridesharing services are a great way to make a little extra money, the problem is the independent contractors who are signing on aren’t always so accepting of their passengers.

Urban MO's most visited restaurant in San Diego per Lyft

Lyft reveals its top visited sites in San Diego.

Lyft revealed its top destinations in San Diego for 2017 and the restaurant most visited is smack dab in the heart of Hillcrest: Urban MO’s Bar and Grill.

In what are called the Lyfties, the ridesharing service calculates the most-visited sites in top cities and publishes those results at the end of the year.

Uber's new ad; a gay meet-cute

New Philippine Uber ad is a testament to the awkwardness of encountering a crush.

Uber’s roll out in the Philippines came with a commercial about unexpected encounters while sharing a ride with a stranger.

The video, now viewed more than 2 million times features a young man who uses the UberPool option to get to where’s he’s going, but an unexpected passenger creates a little anxiety for the duration of the trip.

Ironically, deleting Uber supports Trump

Which has stronger ties to the Trump administration, Uber or Lyft?

Amid controversy over President Trump’s immigration ban last Saturday, many people criticized the ridesharing service Uber for apparently playing scab to a the New York Taxi Workers Alliance micro strike on JFK airport in New York.

Airbnb CEO offers free housing to displaced immigrants

Airbnb CEO offers free housing to displaced immigrants.

The country is still settling in over the recent rash of executive orders handed down by President Donald Trump last week, and big businesses such as Airbnb are coming to the aid of those who are affected.

Ridesharing bill to quell pricing hikes dies

Bill to stop pricing increases for ridesharing apps goes dead

A recent bill sponsored by State Sen. Ben Hueso (D) of California to regulate ridesharing prices and increased enforcement of ridesharing rules failed to get passed the Senate Committee today.

Hueso was concerned that without more regulations on ridesharing companies, consumers might be at risk of being taken advantage of, or susceptible to loose security guidelines.