Oil refineries have lost capacity over recent years, making it nearly impossible to increase supply and stabilize gas prices at the pump.
Many people are getting hurt financially because mortgage rates rose sharply while they were waiting for their new homes to be built. And now it's hard or impossible to buy them. Share your story.
Rising mortgage rates and a wave of millennials put more pressure on the rental market. Rents have soared by double digits, but landlords say they're also struggling with higher costs.
A new analysis commissioned by DARPA quantifies how the decentralized tech that runs the currency system could be compromised.
A viral image of a 7-Eleven charging $7.11 was taken in 2021, and doesn't reflect the current state of gas prices in the U.S.
The drop doesn't signal a rapid descent to the low prices of 2021, but drivers could see modest decreases continue in the coming weeks, analysts say.
Legacy auto makers such as Ford and GM are racing to catch up to Tesla by investing billions of dollars to develop electric cars.
Across the globe drivers are rethinking their habits and personal finances amid skyrocketing prices for gasoline and diesel.
A new NPR/Ipsos poll finds majority support for forgiving $10,000 in federal student loan debt, but even broader support for making college affordable for future students.
In an incredibly tight rental market, more people are finding themselves outbid in the kind of competition usually only seen with buying houses. If you've experienced this NPR wants to hear from you!
A new report shows the cost of renting a home or apartment is up 15% nationally to a new record high.
Shrinkflation isn't new, experts say. But it proliferates in times of high inflation as companies grapple with rising costs for ingredients, packaging, labor and transportation.
Consumers are paying more around the country. No state's average is below $4.28, according to AAA. But in California, drivers are paying $2 more than that amount.