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Oil settles near $111 a barrel

Oil fell Tuesday because of a stronger dollar and expectations that U.S. supplies are rising. Here's how energy contracts traded. Full story

Oil below $113 as traders eye dollar, bin Laden

Oil prices fell below $113 a barrel Tuesday as a stronger U.S. dollar made crude more expensive for investors with other currencies and markets appraised the impact of Osama bin Laden's death. Full story

Oil settles slightly lower

Oil settled slightly lower Monday on uncertainty about extremist retaliation for the death of Osama bin Laden and the strength of the dollar. Here's how energy contracts traded. Full story

Oil settles near $114 a barrel

Oil got a boost from the weaker dollar on Friday. The dollar hit a three-year low against six major currencies. Here's how energy contracts traded. Full story

Noble Energy 1Q net drops on hedging

Noble Energy Inc. said on Thursday that unrealized hedging losses nearly wiped out its first-quarter profit, although its adjusted profit beat analysts' expectations. Full story

Occidental Petroleum 1Q earnings grow 46 percent

Occidental Petroleum Corp.'s first-quarter earnings jumped 46 percent as oil prices rose and the company increased production in the Middle East. Full story

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  No end in sight for rising gas prices

Many families are staying home instead of traveling due to high fuel prices, which continue to rise. CNBC's Sharon Epperson joins TODAY to talk about whether gas could hit $6 dollars a gallon.