Annual inflation clocked in at 6% in February, a hair below January's 6.4% rate, meeting analyst expectations. Even though inflation slowed overall, the consumer price index still rose 0.4% in February, according to the Labor Department, which means relief is slight after hitting 40-year highs last year. Prices have gone through the roof everywhere from the grocery store to the gas pump. The government's latest numbers break down the price increases in painful detail, and we've combed through them to find some of the most sobering.
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