President Barack Obama’s trip to Asia this week brings him face-to-face with allies who have grown uncertain about his commitment to the region.
Motorists in the U.S. may pay the most for gasoline in six years over the July 4 Independence Day holiday as the escalating conflict in Iraq pushes oil prices higher during the peak driving season.
Americans probably will be paying the lowest prices for gasoline since January 2011 by Christmas, with some drivers filling up for less than $3 a gallon.
"Refineries are making more than enough gasoline to meet domestic demand, which has helped push gas prices to the lowest level for this time of year since 2010."
- Michael Green on Aug 17, 2014