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.

5 Things to Know Ahead of the Opening Bell

Facebook's Newest Acquisition Helps Long Term

Coca-Cola Reports 6% Jump in Earnings

Citigroup Adjusted Earnings Down Slightly

Airlines Squeeze in More Passengers by Installing "Slimmer" Seats

European Space Agency Showcases Advances in Metal 3-D Printing

Hundreds Protest Alcatel-Lucent Job Cuts

Airlines Won't Challenge Ruling in Merger Lawsuit

Strong Pharmaceutical Sales Send Johnson & Johnson Handily Past Wall Street Estimates

Coca-Cola Exec: Diet Sodas Under Pressure

BlackBerry to Users: "You Can Continue to Count on Us"

New York Manufacturing Grows at Slower Pace

"Clash of Clans" Maker Sells 51% Stake for $1.5 Billion

Why Molycorp's Shares Plunged Today

Warren Buffett Backs New Business Kits for Kids

German Gummi Bear Baron Hans Riegel Dies at 90

Report Breaks Down Obamacare Estimates by State

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