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.

Jeff Bezos Buying Washington Post Newspaper Assets

Raytheon Could Win $339 Million Iraqi Radio Contract

New York Times Selling "Boston Globe" and Others to John Henry for $70 Million

Congress Asked to Approve $2.4 Billion Iraqi Arms Sale

Amazon.com Launches Fine Art Store

Is Bezos Rich and Innovative Enough to Sustain "Washington Post"?

GM Cutting Chevy Volt Price by $5,000

GM Investing $350 Million In Tenn. Assembly Plant

"Trailblazing" UPS Executive Retiring

IDC: Tablet Shipments Slow With No New iPad

3D Systems Buys TeamPlatform

U.S. Trade Deficit Hits 4-Year Low

Pandora Grows Its Fanbase

Icahn Increases His Stake in Dell to 9%

Pentagon Cuts Furlough Days From 11 to 6

Disney Takes Mouse Steps Forward in Q3

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