The latest news on gas prices
Now that refineries have the kinks worked out from the seasonal blend switch-over, prices at the pump are falling
The United States is expected to become the world's largest oil producer, but demand in developing countries will keep our gas prices from falling.
And they tend to have an outsized effect on whether voters feel better off.
Losing a few pounds could mean a smaller waistline and fewer trips to the gas station
When the government meddles in the auto industry by raising efficiency standards, consumers lose.
The timing of the presidential election is beneficial for the candidates, who won't see higher gas prices until the spring.
And they could keep falling through Election Day.
The attacks on U.S. embassies in the Middle East haven't raised the cost of oil.
Pump prices are close to record highs--but probably not for long.
The United States is slipping in global competitiveness rankings, and our lack of discernible energy policy is a contributing factor.