The latest news on gas prices
Small bills at the gas station aren't spurring consumers to spend more.
A U.S. economy that is sputtering along may not see lower prices at the pump.
Lawmakers are debating the merits and drawbacks of natural gas exports again.
High costs, sparse fueling stations stand in the way of greater consumer adoption of natural gas cars.
An unexpected drop in demand is leading to lower prices at the pump.
E. coli-produced diesel would not need to be mixed with standard fossil fuel.
More than a dozen states are considering or have approved gas tax hikes.
The IMF wants the U.S. to increase gas taxes by an absurd $1.40 per gallon.
Lawmakers need to rethink energy and environmental security.
Cleaner air could mean higher gas prices for consumers.