We work with those crews very closely. Usually, we'll just sit back and watch.

Consumers have a right to know if someone is taking advantage of them.

Jim built this agency, and I mean that literally.

Parents have to take charge of the situation.

The question must be asked, can we afford to raise the rate? [For] a lot of federal workers, especially those who do delivery and just going to meetings, it can be very costly ... It'll be interesting to see if the rest of the Senate embraces this.

Unless a car comes in banged up, we probably won't be doing much during the race.

We've been hoping against hope that this doesn't happen. It could be another shock to the system.

Because it translates into real dollars. Here's why: a $3 gallon over 15,000 miles per year, you're talking about savings of $750. That's a lot of money.

[AAA-Mid Atlantic urged motorists to conserve gasoline and travel only when necessary.] We have heard stories that people want to top off their tanks, not because they are afraid of a gas shortage, but because they're afraid the price is going to go up next week, ... We are telling motorists to avoid topping off.