If ever there was a presidential moment designed strictly for a campaign ad later in the year, this was it.
If you can be carless in Duluth, you can be carless anywhere.
At $3.69 a gallon yesterday, I finally filled up the official car of NewsCut after two weeks, thus ending an experiment in patience and safe driving.
Gas prices in Minnesota aren’t rising nearly as fast or predictably as the rest of the nation.
A congressman is upset because it costs him a lot of money to fill up his gas-guzzler.
If you had to make a choice, which would you choose: Iran with nuclear weapons and us with lower gasoline prices or higher gasoline prices and a disarmed Iran?
Gasoline will hit $4 a gallon soon. Then what?
In one corner: damage to water and the environment. In the other corner: jobs.
A ‘cool’ NASA video reveals a sobering look at North Dakota’s ‘boom’ area.
Gasoline prices have been falling lately — almost 50-cents a gallon — so it was a surprise today when the Energy Department announced its tapping the strategic petroleum supply in an effort to push the price of gasoline down.
If you know the price of a gallon of gasoline at a pump is wrong — it’s too low — do you pump and run or do you tell the clerk that it’s wrong?
There’s nothing pretty about utility poles and lines snaking around urban neighborhoods. Can a solar panel really make it worse?
Where does the money we pay for gasoline go?
Gasoline prices haven’t been this high since 2008.
The terrible situation with Japan’s nuclear installations affords old-timers the opportunity to remember when it was a U.S. nuclear plant that was melting down. It was 1979, when the Three Mile Island plant, on the Susquehanna River south of Harrisburg Pennsylvania, melted down partially. The U.S. wasn’t really sure how to react; we’d never heard Read more →