U.S. gas prices are continuing to rise — giving drivers across the country another headache at the pump.
After 99 consecutive days of declining gasoline prices, the cost for a gallon has edged a penny higher.
Pandemic-weary U.S. residents are confronting high gas prices as they decide whether to travel this Memorial Day weekend.
Just as Americans gear up for summer road trips, the price of oil remains stubbornly high, pushing prices at the gas pump to painful heights.
Anyone who’s bought food, paid rent or looked for a used car recently has come up against the billowing inflation that has engulfed the U.S. economy.
Inflation is painfully high, but this hopefully is close to as bad as it gets.
OPEC and allied oil-producing countries have decided to stick with their plan for cautious monthly increases in oil production even as prices surge and the global economy is thirsty for fuel.