Motorists in the Washington metro area are paying two cents less at the pump when compared to a week ago.
Hold on to your wallets. Gas prices make the biggest February jump in decades.
Roadways will likely be slightly less congested than they were last year.
The wheeling and dealing over the natural gas-rich Marcellus Shale has hit the pause button.
As drought tightens its grip, crop loss is only the first stage. It’s what’s coming in the months ahead that will hit farmers and consumers hardest.
The price of gas per gallon dropped seven cents last week. Also, gas is 50 cents cheaper per gallon than it was this week in 2008.
Although oil prices have dipped below $100 a barrel, experts say relief at the gas pump is unlikely.
According to a new study, one-third of U.S. adults say they’ll have to give up something to keep driving.
Gas prices are surging and quickly inching to $4 per gallon. This February is the earliest gas prices have ever topped the $3.50 mark.
Maryland lawmakers say rising gas prices and the need to tackle a tough state budget are creating mounting challenges for Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gas tax proposal.
Things in the Middle East, while never good, have gone from bad to worse. Many signs now point to a possible spike in gas prices.