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  • U.S.' top three oil suppliers see their share of market go up

    Although U.S. imports of crude oil are down overall, the share of oil from the nation's top three suppliers soared to its highest levels in four decades in 2013, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
  • Colombia facing oil pipeline attacks before presidential election

    BOGOTA, Colombia — Attacks by insurgents on Colombia's oil pipelines and labor force could intensify before May's presidential election and June's 50th anniversary of the founding of the country's largest rebel group, analysts said Friday. The...

    Blacks fall further behind whites, Latinos in job market, report says

    Blacks fall further behind whites, Latinos in job market, report says
    African Americans are falling further behind their white and Latino counterparts when it comes to employment and income, according to a new report from the National Urban League released Thursday. The annual report, called the State of Black America,...

    U.S. energy imports hit two-decade low in 2013

    With domestic oil and gas production on the rise, net U.S. energy imports plunged last year to its lowest level in two decades, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Advances in technologies such as hydraulic fracturing drove net...

    Exxon Mobil says demand for fossil fuels will stay high

    Oil and natural gas giant Exxon Mobil said fossil fuels will continue to meet a vast portion of the world's energy needs in coming decades. The Irving, Texas, company said in a report it issued Monday that the global appetite for oil and gas will stay...