U.S. Gas Prices Dip Below $2 Per Gallon

The average nationwide price of gasoline fell below $2 dollars a gallon last week. A number of factors, including a seasonal decline in demand and mild weather, have contributed to an oversupply of crude oil. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.

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