Guest Host: Steve Roberts

The price of oil has been skyrocketing and Americans are definitely noticing. We’ll take a look at how factors in Russia, Venezuela, the Middle East and elsewhere are driving up the cost of oil.

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  • Vijay Vaitheeswaran environment and energy correspondent for "The Economist" and author of "Power to the People."
  • Robert Lieber professor of government and international affairs, Georgetown University; author, "The American Era: Power and Strategy for the 21st Century."

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