Tuesday's Top News Headlines

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.

Dow Futures Rise as Amazon Goes on a Hiring Spree

4 Dates to Circle in October

Pump Prices Drop Again

Southwest Airlines Begins Work on First International Terminal

Government Shutdown Begins; Obamacare Not Stopped

What's Changing -- and What's Not -- in a Shutdown

AT&T to Introduce Fiber Internet to Austin Ahead of Google

BMW Recalls 176,000 Vehicles Over Power Brake Issue

Wearable Tech Conference Buzzes With Ideas

Scribd, HarperCollins Offer e-Book Subscriptions

World Stocks Rise Despite U.S. Government Shutdown

GM, Toyota Sales Fall in September; Ford Sees Increase

Wal-Mart Opening 2 New Centers for Shipping Online Orders

Markit: Manufacturing Growth Slows to 3-Month Low

Raytheon Wins $267 Million for Radar Systems Defense Contracts

ISM: Manufacturing Rises in September

IBM to Acquire Customer Analytics Provider The Now Factory

Obama: Launch of Insurance Exchanges Is "Historic"

Chrysler Recalling 142,000 Pickups, SUVs for Software Issue

This Deal Did Get Done by Midnight

Amazon's Bezos Completes "Washington Post" Purchase

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