Articles by Patrick DeHaan
Tolls may be the fairest way to pay for government road work.
Refineries export their products overseas, while Americans pay the price at the pump.
Gas prices rise going into Labor Day weekend for the first time since 1997.
There are many reasons why gas prices do not fall as quickly as oil prices.
The gains in the oil prices are reversed due to a new economic report.
Though no new refineries have been built since 1976, U.S. oil output has risen due to expansion of old refineries.
Supply issues and high taxes pump state past California as most expensive in lower 48.
Motorists will continue to feel a growing pinch at the pump in coming months.