CNN Fact Checking Not Great
U.S. gas: so cheap it hurts is listing 10 most expensive and 10 cheapest countries to buy gas, but I don’t trust the list for this reason:
Their “Where gasoline is cheapest” includes Russia, at 88 cents a gallon. That’s either a blatant lie, or a badly checked fact. The gas in Russia currently sells for 88 cents to $1.25 per litre, which would make price per gallon $3.32-$4.73.
Update: the error is fixed now, and a correction notice posted.