Neil King

Wall Street Journal

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National correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

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Americans are suffering from increased pain at the gas pump, and Republicans are blaming President Obama. What are the real causes of increased gasoline prices?

The Price of Gasoline and the Race for the White House

Americans are suffering from increased pain at the gas pump, and Republicans are blaming President Obama. What are the real causes of increased gasoline prices?

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A US president can't really do much to influence gasoline prices, but this year's Republican candidates insist that he can, and two-thirds of the voters believe them.

The Price of Gasoline and the Race for the White House

A US president can't really do much to influence gasoline prices, but this year's Republican candidates insist that he can, and two-thirds of the voters believe them.

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Ten years ago, China consumed half as much energy as the United States.  Now, after economic development at breakneck speed, China is the world’s largest consumer of oil, gas, coal,…

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