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Prince's Paisley Park home and studio to be open to public
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A Gentleman's Guide
Iran just can't stop pumping oil
Sanctions may have cut Iran's oil exports by a million barrels a day. Yet the country is still producing oil at full tilt, as cutting back is complicated and potentially harmful.
Obama to allow more Arctic drilling
Obama administration outlines plans for more Arctic oil drilling, but says new leases won't be granted until 2016 to allow more time for studies.
Stimulus-by-the-gallon: Lower gas prices
With gas prices down about 40 cents a gallon since early April, stimulus is coming in the form of more dollars in consumers' wallets to help counter economic headwinds.
Mass transit use jumps amid high gas prices
Ridership on the nation's buses and trains has its one of its biggest quarterly jumps ever, as high gas prices and a rebounding economy entice commuters to mass transit.
Airlines seek to slash fuel costs
With jet fuel prices near record highs, airlines are cutting routes, replacing aircraft and going high-tech to save money.
Summer gas prices - as good as they'll get
While prices are off 2012 peak, they're still higher than normal, and are unlikely to drop further.
Oil boom strikes Kansas
Quiet Kansas farm towns are quickly transforming into boomtowns as new technologies make drilling along the southern border of the state more attractive.
How Iran could double its oil output
Many analysts think Iran could double its oil output to nearly 7 million barrels per day. The catch is lifting sanctions.
Gas price relief misses the West Coast
Gas prices have been steadily falling in most of the nation, but West Coast drivers are still paying top dollar at the pump.
Keystone isn't the only pipeline
At least a dozen new pipeline projects are slated to carry oil from the mid continent to the Gulf Coast, potentially lowering gas prices but coming with an environmental toll.
Turning natural gas into diesel fuel
The country is awash in natural gas, but diesel prices are near all-time highs. It's possible to make one from the other.
Airlander 10, the world's largest aircraft, crash lands after 2nd test flight
Southwest Airline pilots take to picket lines August 24
Secrets of ultra stealth submarines revealed in massive leak