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.

Stock Market Today: Netflix Stung by a Downgrade

Why You Need To Watch Epizyme, Celgene Corporation, and Eli Lilly & Co. Today

Gasoline Starts 2014 Up Slightly

U.S. Trade Deficit Reaches 4-Year Low

Oil Prices Bolstered by Severe U.S. Cold Snap

SandRidge Energy Gives Up on the Gulf of Mexico

What a Yellen Fed Means For Stocks

Why Netflix, Inc. Slumped This Morning

JetBlue Is Fighting a Flight Cancellation Disaster Right Now

JPMorgan Chase Reaches $1.7 Billion Bernie Madoff Settlement

Top Trends from CES 2014: Ultra HDTVs, Wearable Tech, and Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Here's How "Frozen" Won the Weekend Box Office ... in Week 6

December's Consumer Spending Reaches 5-Year High

Oracle Beefing Up Cloud Offerings With Corente Purchase

Honeywell Selling Friction Materials Business to Federal-Mogul

Microsoft Bolstering Customer Chat Offerings With Parature Purchase

China to Allow 5 Private Banks This Year

Intel Says Its Processors Are Now "Conflict-Free"

Cherokee Language Added to Microsoft Office Apps

People Spent $10 Billion in Apple App Store Last Year

Meet the Scooba 450, iRobot's Newest Home Robot

Why Valeant Pharmaceuticals Intl. Inc. Shares Popped

Why Neurocrine Biosciences Inc. Shares Skyrocketed

Why Pharmacyclics Inc. Shares Vaulted Higher

JPMorgan to Pay More Than $2 Billion in Madoff Fraud

American Oil Companies Call for End to Crude Export Ban

ComScore: Online Holiday Shopping Rose 10% (Not Counting Mobile Devices)

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