Tuesday's Top News Headlines

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Stock Market Today: 3 Things to Know Ahead of the Bell

Apple Reports Higher-Than-Expected Q4 Results

Pump Prices Down $0.07 This Week

Calif. Town Gives Steve Jobs' Home "Historic" Designation

Apple and Nokia Report; Google Goes Glass

U.S. Treasury Reports Nearly $10 Billion Loss on GM Shares

Pentagon Awards $444 Million in Contracts

U.S. Steel Reports Smaller-Than-Anticipated Loss From Operations

Cancer Drug Growth Stabilizes Pfizer's Q3 Results

Dell to Stop Trading Today as $24.9 Billion Buyout Completed

IBM Board Adds $15 Billion to Buyback Authorization

Official Says Initial Healthcare.gov Numbers Will Be Small

Sears Considers Spinning Off Lands' End, Auto Center as It Guides for $500 Million Loss

Boeing: 737 MAX Fuel Efficiency Better Than Expected

Home Prices Up 0.9% for August

Veggies Help Pull Producer Price Index Down 0.1% for September

Government Shutdown Sinks Consumer Confidence

2.2% Auto Sales Drop Pushes Retail Sales Down 0.1%

Business Sales and Inventories Expand 0.3% in August

BP Leads Big Oil Into Earnings Season

Nokia Increases Number of Smartphones Sold, Still Lags

Eastman Kodak to Return to NYSE Friday as KODK

Is Google Behind These Mysterious Floating Structures?

Study: 15% of U.S. Youth Not in School, Not Working

Boeing's Iconic 747: Here's Why Its Future Is in Doubt

LinkedIn Posts Third-Quarter Results. Here Are the Numbers.

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