In some states, costs are offset by higher minimum wages or steady gas prices, but for workers in places like Idaho, commuting has its own price tag.
This rekindling is motivated by a "variety of issues that certainly include energy security," said White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
An economist told Newsweek that both could "end up 9 percent higher on the year."
As you watch the Biden administration fail, ask yourself: "why Venezuela and not Texas? Why Iran and not Canada? Just how unwilling are they to help America?"
Vladimir Putin said in a government meeting that Russia can withstand and "overcome" western sanctions.
Inflation also rose 0.8 percent between January and February, according to the Labor Department.
Omar and Bush joined 15 Republicans in voting against the legislation, which passed with huge bipartisan support.
The House approved a measure to ban the import of oil, gas and coal from Russia amid the ongoing invasion of Ukraine.
Over 80 kids were left without their normal transportation to the Canadian daycare facility after the gas tanks of three vans were punctured over the weekend.
A number of factors play into how prices at the pump can vary substantially among the nation's states.
On Wednesday, Connecticut recorded a record of $4.41 a gallon, surpassing the state's previous record set in 2008.
"If you think about the sacrifices being made by the people of Ukraine...that is a price that is very much worth paying," Lawrence Summers said.
Putin's unpredictable Ukraine gambit has offered a wake-up call to the wisdom of an all-hands-on-deck approach to energy.
The U.S. ban on Russian oil and gas imports will not be truly effective unless Europe participates.
Rhode Island drivers can expect to pay $4.24 for a gallon of gas while in Nevada it will cost $4.67.
The U.S. is far less reliant on Russian oil imports than Europe but prices at the pump are still likely to increase.
The national average was $4.17 per gallon as of Tuesday morning, up from the previous record of $4.10 set in 2008 just before the recession and housing crisis.
Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said a ban would create "catastrophic consequences for the global market."
The oil company said it would work with aid partners and humanitarian agencies to determine where the funds can be best distributed.
Ukrainian President Volodmyr Zelensky has urged Western nations to ban Russian oil imports.
There has been skepticism of easing sanctions against President Nicolás Maduro's government on both sides of the aisle.
The Biden administration had not yet made a decision on a ban, the White House press secretary said.
Allowing Venezuela to return to U.S. oil markets via Chevron could help contain the impacts of a ban on Russian oil imports.
"I don't think we've ever paid that [much for gas] ever," one area resident said.
The reported damage in the country's eastern region has left thousands without vital utilities as temperatures dip below freezing.
James Glynn, of Columbia University's Center on Global Energy Policy, said the Keystone Pipeline capacity was less than one-tenth of Russian oil exports.
"We deplore Russia's military action that violates the territorial integrity of Ukraine and endangers its people," ExxonMobil said in a statement Tuesday.
Senators Joe Manchin and Lisa Murkowski are teaming up to introduce a bill that would stop Russian crude oil and petroleum products from coming into the U.S.
The former president said no country should buy Russian oil, while suggesting that if he were still president he would sell U.S. oil across the world instead.