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The companies say the rule, which was set to go into effect Friday, puts Uber at an unfair advantage.
They say it gives Uber an unfair advantage.
Drivers for Uber, Lyft, and other ride-hailing services will receive a wage per trip that corresponds to $27.86 per hour, or $17.22 after expenses.
NASA’s $1 billion Juno spacecraft is probing Jupiter’s deepest secrets — here are Juno’s biggest discoveries so far
NASA's Juno probe reached Jupiter in July 2016, and scientists' view of the solar system has not been the same since. The $1 billion mission has taken stunning images of the gas giant and probed its deepest secrets with a suite of instruments.
NASA’s $1 billion mission to Jupiter has taken years of stunning images — here are some of Juno’s best shots
NASA's Juno spacecraft has pulled off its 14th daredevil orbit of Jupiter and is preparing to embark on the next phase of its journey. NASA recently extended the mission through July 2021, temporarily sparing it from doom. Here are some of its best photos and animations of Jupiter.
Juno's high-speed flybys around Jupiter, called perijoves, happen once every 53.5 days and have allowed NASA to document the gas giant like never before. The most recent trip (Juno's 14th perijove) occurred on July 16. Here's what the probe saw.
NASA's Juno probe has unraveled the mystery of Jupiter's lightning, a problem that has vexed astronomers for close to four decades. A new paper has found that Jupiter's lightning is similar to Earth's.
NASA’s $1 billion Jupiter probe just beamed back even more jaw-dropping photos of the planet’s tireless storm clouds
Juno, a tennis-court-size NASA probe at Jupiter, recently sent scientists a new batch of data, and the photos it included are even more stunning than the last set. They show powerful cyclones, chaotic cloud bands, and messes of blue-hued patterns near the planet's poles.
NASA’s $1 billion Jupiter probe just sent back majestic new photos of the giant planet and its Great Red Spot
NASA's Juno spacecraft flew by Jupiter for the 12th time on April 1. The robot took unbelievable new images of the solar system's largest planet and storm.
Scientists discovered tightly packed clusters of cyclones on Jupiter's poles that seem to defy the laws of physics.