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WTI might be misleading oil benchmark
Oil stocks up as battle rages on in Libya
Election 101: 11 questions about Rick Perry and his White House bid
Oil prices rise as traders mull demand prospects
Crude oil prices fall 2 percent
Oil futures falter on debt, storm concerns
Oil futures top $100 a barrel
Oil stocks down, but oil prices plunge anyway
Arizona fires begin to spread to New Mexico
Oil stocks rise, oil prices fall
American anger at gas prices fueled by rising household energy costs
Commodities plunge: good news for consumers
Week ahead: new transparency at the Fed and a gusher of earnings
Oil hits 30-month high. Natural gas prices also rise.
Oil prices fall for fourth day in a row
Oil prices: Why is West Texas out of whack with Brent?
Storm chasers complete largest-ever tornado study
This Memorial Day weekend, prices at the gas pump are going down
The chase is on: scientists launch largest-ever study of tornadoes
Revisiting oil and natural gas prices
Oil and natural gas prices disconnect – again
Oil prices surge past $86 per barrel. How high can the costs go?
Inflation and the Asian consumer boom
Beyond texting while driving: we're car crazy
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Terrorist watch lists: Are they working as they should?
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