Tuesday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news stories from Fool.com. Check back throughout the day as this list is updated.

For Travelers, Sandy's Aggravation Spans Globe

Wall Street Still Dark, Exchanges Test Systems

Report: JDA Software for Sale

Greece Delays Austerity Vote

U.S. Home Prices Rise in August at Faster Pace

Nuclear Plants Power Down Because of Sandy

Phone Companies Start Checking for Storm Damage

UBS to Cut 10,000 Jobs

Gas Prices Fall in Wake of Sandy

Report: Apple Exec Refused to Apologize for Maps

Consumer Confidence Index Release Delayed Until Thursday

Superstorm May End Up Slowing U.S. Economy Slightly

New York Stock Exchange Will Reopen Wednesday

As Wall Street Shuts Down, Honeywell Stays Busy

Clorox COO Stepping Down

Steelcase Promotes Jim Keane to COO

Russia's Rostech to Order 35 Boeing 737 MAX Jets

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