(The Center Square) – A group of Republican governors criticized President Joe Biden’s energy policies in a statement Monday, arguing his actions have “punished consumers.”
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North Dakota has ranked as the nation's second-biggest oil producer for nine years, but it's on the verge of losing that status as oil production soars in New Mexico.
It isn’t uncommon for the average nine-to-five employee to have the fleeting thought of skipping town, traveling the country and living out of a van at one point or another. Now, after a year indoors, temptations for a summer spent on the road may have grown even more. Here’s the financial breakdown of van life.
Economic outlooks shifted this May, as the Colonial Pipeline attack, rising inflation and unpredictable volatility dominated headlines. Staff writer Bryce Roth is back to offer more:
(The Center Square) — Despite the nation’s largest pipeline being back up and running following a cyber attack last week, more than 15,600 gas stations are still without gas as of Thursday.
(The Center Square) – More than half of the gas stations in Virginia are completely out of fuel as of 12:40 on Thursday, but one website is providing updates on where drivers can still fill up their tank.
(The Center Square) – Virginia House Republicans are urging Gov. Ralph Northam to temporarily suspend the gas tax amid soaring prices.
The shortages of gasoline around the D.C. area this week are the direct result of panic buying, industry experts and government officials say.
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Drivers in Prince William County scramble to fill up gas tanks, as stations begin to run dry, Wednesday.