The latest news on gas prices
Consumers will gripe, and maybe even change their driving and spending habits.
Newly revised statistics show that U.S. motorists have begun to drive less.
Fuel makers haven't yet hit on the secret for producing cleaner fuels while keeping up output.
President Bush's surprise over the prospect of $4-per-gallon gasoline shows he may be overrating those rebates.
Costs have skyrocketed in just a year, and Wall Street thinks they are headed even higher.
Would Americans reduce highway speeds if they knew it could cut gas consumption by 8 percent?
High crude prices lead to big profits. But economic and production worries nag the oil industry.
Passing up premium gas offers an easy way to save 20 cents per gallon.
Global demand from places like China and India will be a key factor this time.
Higher energy prices could gobble up any bonus that Americans get.