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.

GM Secures $11 Billion in New Credit Lines

Latest Jobs Data Point to Uncertain Labor Market

Boeing Beats Russia for Indian Helicopter Contract

Amazon Takes Aim at Netflix With Prime Pricing Change

A Look at Gasoline Prices on Election Day

Asia-Europe Meeting: Build Growth With Cooperation

Deals Involving Lockheed Martin Weapons Could Total $7.6 Billion

Disney's "Wreck-It Ralph" Rings Up a Record

Oil Jumps as U.S. Picks a President

Czech Government Set to Survive Confidence Vote

Singapore Asks Citi for LIBOR-Related Documents

Dollar Slips Ahead of U.S. Election Results

Australian Court Slams S&P Rating as "Deceptive"

American Suzuki Files for Bankruptcy Protection

More Layoffs May Be In Store for Alcatel-Lucent

Grains Futures Rise, Livestock Prices Mixed

Nucor, Encana Sign Natural Gas Deal

CVS Caremark Posts Record Quarterly Revenue, Ups Guidance

Cablevision Posts Q3 Loss

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