Tuesday's Top News Headlines


Here are today's top news headlines from Fool.com. Check back throughout the day as this list is updated, and follow us on Twitter at TMFBreaking.

Citigroup Plans Office in Baghdad

US Airways Gets Tentative OK for Charlotte-to-Sao Paulo Flights

Con Ed Extends NYC Natural Gas Infrastructure

European Commission OKs ICE Takeover of NYSE Euronext

Luxury Retailer Neiman Marcus Sets Up for Possible IPO

Coach Names New Executive Creative Director

Mary N. Dillon Leaves Target's Board of Directors

Nokia Asha 501 Launches in Thailand and Pakistan Before Going Global

Men's Wearhouse Board Outlines Why It Fired Zimmer

Sony Launches 6.4-Inch Xperia Z Ultra Phablet

Independence Day: Zoetis Frees Itself From Pfizer

New Orders for Durable Goods up 3.6% for May

Home Prices up 0.7% for April

CSG Systems Starts Paying a Dividend

Spreadtrum Keeps Dividend Steady

Home Prices Make Record Gains for April

Consumer Confidence Hits 5-Year High (Again)

Sales of New Homes Up 2.1% for May

Barnes & Noble to Exit Tablet Hardware Business

Pandora Now Streaming in More Than 100 Vehicle Models

Obama Links Keystone OK to Carbon Emissions

Senate Confirms Pritzker as Secretary of Commerce

EU Advocate General Sides With Google

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