Tuesday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news stories from Fool.com.

Jun 24, 2014 at 9:13AM

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: Why Walgreen and Avon Stocks are on the Move

Tuesday’s Top Biotech Stocks: Vertex, Ligand, TG Therapeutics, and Isis

Walgreen's Earnings Miss the Mark

Surprising Facts About U.S. Energy Consumption

U.S. Shale Operations Cushioning ‘Iraq Effect’ on Oil Prices

Why Investors Care About This $154 Million Deal

Home Price Growth Slows Unexpectedly

Gas Price Up Nearly $0.13 From a Year Ago

New-Homes Sales Surge in May

Google Goes After GoDaddy Before it Goes Public

U.S. Consumer Confidence Reaches 6-Year High

Staples Sweetens Price-Matching Deal for Back-to-School Season

The Dow Seeks Record No. 12 as Intel, Microsoft Diverge

Consumer Confidence Hits 6-Year High

New-Home Sales Hit 6-Year High

Will Oil Prices Change Course and Fall?

Oil Price Steady as Investors Eye Iraq Conflict

Why Micron, Groupon, and Intel Shares are Rising

The Dow Gains as Homebuilders Soar, But Home Depot Gets Left Behind

Why the Housing Market and Intel are Pushing the Dow Higher Today

FIFA Hails "Spectacular" U.S. Viewership Numbers for U.S.-Portugal World Cup Match

The Dow Has Ridden U.S. Strength Higher, but Will Europe Bring the Bull Market Down?

TV Shows Love Twitter and Its Hashtags

Why Best Buy Co Inc Shares Bounced Today

Why is Intel Corporation Soaring Today?

Why Antares Pharma Inc. Shares Dove

A Big Step Forward for Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Inc

Intel Staves Off the Dow's Drop

Does It Make Sense for Investors to Be So Calm?

Why Endurance International Group Holdings Inc. Shares Dropped Today

Why Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc. Shares Skyrocketed

SunPower Teams Up With KB Home to Build Energy Storage

Why Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical Inc. Shares Briefly Spiked Higher

Big Tobacco Ignores Indonesia Health Warning Label Law

Homebuilders Climb on Strong Housing Data

Why a Grim U.S. Economic Picture Is Brightening

Why Wix.com Ltd. Shares Popped Today

Is a College Degree Worth It? This Study Says Yes

Why TG Therapeutics Inc. Shares Jumped

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