• The Energy Report - Refineries Were Born To Run

    Every day we sweat the gas price out on the streets of a runaway American dream, at night we ride through at the mercy and glory of these refining machines. Prices are rising out on highway 9, chrome wheeled, fuel injected, and prices continue to climb. Oh, baby this gas rips the bones from your back. It's a death trap, it's a suicide rap. We gotta get out while we're young. 'Cause tramps like us, refineries were born to run.
  • 'Sarah Kustok, I Love You:' Awkward Blackhawks Fan Hits on CSN Reporter [VIDEO]

    Greg from Lemont gave CSN's Sarah Kustok the shock of her life when he confessed his love for the sideline reporter during her Shoot the Puck segment at last night's Blackhawks vs. Minnesota game (watch here). Later, Kustok joked that she was off the market after Greg's declaration, saying she was prepping for a blind marriage instead of a blind date with the besotted fan.
  • U.S. homeowners reject frills like media rooms: study

    The long U.S. housing downturn has led homeowners to scale back both the size of houses and the amenities found within them, but consumers are still willing to invest in energy efficiency, according to a quarterly survey by an architects' trade group.
  • U.S. mortgage applications jumps to highest since late May

    U.S. mortgage applications jumped last week to their highest since late May as interest rates tumbled below 5 percent, data from an industry group showed on Wednesday.