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NY MINI

With New Ebola Case Confirmed, U.S. Vows Vigilance

By MANNY FERNANDEZ and JACK HEALY

The news that a second nurse was infected at a Dallas hospital and that she was cleared to fly the day before showing symptoms raised questions about officials’ ability to control the disease.

Traders at the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday.

DealBook

Steep Sell-Off Spreads Fear to Wall Street

By PETER EAVIS and LANDON THOMAS JR.

Dizzied by the turmoil, Wall Street experts agreed on one thing: The jarring day showed that fear had finally returned to markets that had become disconcertingly complacent.

. DealBook: Stocks in Asia Open Lower Thursday
Eric T. Schneiderman, the New York attorney general, found nearly three-quarters of all Airbnb rentals in the city were illegal.

Airbnb Listings Mostly Illegal, State Contends

By DAVID STREITFELD

A report by Eric T. Schneiderman, the New York attorney general, found nearly three-quarters of all Airbnb rentals in New York City were illegal.

Today’s Video

Video Video: The C.D.C.’s Shifting Ebola Strategy How the Centers for Disease Control has been forced to adapt its response after multiple apparent protocol breakdowns in Dallas.

World
At War Against ISIS, Iraqi Premier Is Facing Battles Closer to Home

By KIRK SEMPLE

As Iraq fights the Islamic State, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is also battling critics in his own party and the Shiite bloc it leads.

General Escalates Libya Attack

By SULIMAN ALI ZWAY and DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

The general, Khalifa Hifter, has led a six-month campaign to rid the violence-torn country of Islamists.

An avalanche victim rescued on Wednesday. Dozens were missing and feared buried.

Blizzard and Avalanche Kill at Least 20 Trekkers in Himalayas

By BHADRA SHARMA and NIDA NAJAR

The victims included at least nine foreigners, and heavy snow forced the suspension of rescue operations until Thursday.

U.S.
Officials are investigating the performance of workers at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, where two nurses contracted Ebola after handling the first case diagnosed in the United States.

Downfall for Hospital Where the Virus Spread

By KEVIN SACK

With the announcement that a second nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital had been infected with the virus, scrutiny of the hospital intensified as officials sought to calm workers and patients.

.  Graphic: When Did Ebola Arrive and Spread at a Dallas Hospital?
Harvard University students on campus in Cambridge, Mass., in September. Over the summer, Harvard, like many other institutions, announced a broad new policy aimed at preventing sexual harassment and sexual violence.

Some Harvard Professors Oppose Policy on Assaults

By JESS BIDGOOD and TAMAR LEWIN

Dozens of faculty members asked the school to withdraw its new sexual misconduct policy, saying it violated basic principles of fairness and would do more harm than good.

Secretary of State John Kerry met on Wednesday in Vienna with Catherine Ashton, the foreign policy chief for the European Union, and Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister.

‘Substantial Work’ Said to Remain in Iran Nuclear Talks

By MICHAEL R. GORDON

Negotiators face a Nov. 24 deadline for an accord to trade significant constraints on Iran’s nuclear activities in return for a lifting of onerous economic sanctions.

Politics
Hillary Rodham Clinton campaigned on Wednesday in Louisville, Ky., with Alison Lundergan Grimes, right, the Democratic candidate who is trying to unseat Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the minority leader.

In South, Clinton Tries to Pull Democrats Back Into the Fold

By AMY CHOZICK

The demand in Kentucky for appearances by Hillary Rodham Clinton underscores the racial and class divisions she would need to bridge if she runs for president again in 2016.

Joni Ernst, the Republican vying with Bruce Braley, a Democrat, for a Senate seat in Iowa.

Late Surge of Money Buoys Republicans in Races That Will Decide Control of Senate

By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE

Republican candidates and “super PACs” are now splurging on expensive last-minute advertising, at a time when polling shows Republicans increasingly more likely to gain control of the Senate.

Mr. Carter, center, at an Atlanta church.

Once Again, a Carter Aims to Govern in Georgia

By RICHARD FAUSSET

In his bid to unseat Nathan Deal, Jason Carter, grandson of former President Jimmy Carter, has focused on high unemployment, underfunded schools and his opponent’s ethics.

Business
The scene on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange at the start of trading Wednesday.

The Upshot

Wall Street Might Know Something the Rest of Us Don’t

By NEIL IRWIN

Or, the drop might be simply bringing stock prices more in line with the brutal realities of the economy.

DealBook

AbbVie Board Recommends Shareholders Reject Shire Acquisition

By DAVID GELLES

AbbVie said its board made the decision after considering the effect of the Treasury Department’s “unilateral changes to the tax rules.”

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DealBook

Cyberattack at JPMorgan Chase Also Hit Website of Bank’s Corporate Race

By MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN, NICOLE PERLROTH and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG

Hackers may have infiltrated the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge as a test before the breach of the bank’s internal systems that compromised the information of 76 million households.

For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »

Technology
Timothy D. Cook, Apple's chief executive, introducing the new iPads last year in San Francisco. The 2014 iPads will be announced on Thursday.

Apple Set to Unveil New iPads, as Rivals Are Gaining Ground

By BRIAN X. CHEN

The announcement of the tablets, which are expected to have significant upgrades, is coming as sales have slowed and competition has toughened.

Screen shots of the iOS version of Alien Blue, the most popular third-party app for iPhones and iPads used to browse Reddit.

Bits Blog

Reddit Debuts Its First Official Mobile App

By MIKE ISAAC

After nearly 10 years, a popular online messaging board focuses on its mobile efforts.

EBay has long sold fixed-price and new items, but is still predominantly known for its auction-style sales.

Growth Dip in Auctions Cuts Results for eBay

By MIKE ISAAC

Profit was down, but revenue was up at eBay in the third quarter.

For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »

Sports
Greg Holland pitched the ninth inning, earning the save as the Royals completed a sweep. Kansas City is 8-0 this postseason.

Royals 2, Orioles 1

After 29 Years, Royals Waste No Time

By TYLER KEPNER

Kansas City continued its charmed postseason by scoring two runs in the first without getting a ball out of the infield, then holding on to win the A.L. pennant – the team’s first since 1985 – in a sweep.

Oscar Pistorius in a courtroom in Pretoria, South Africa, on Wednesday, the third day of the track star's sentencing hearing.

Payments by Oscar Pistorius Take Center Stage at Hearing

By ALAN COWELL

A third day of sentencing hearings was overshadowed by disclosures that the South African track star had been making monthly payments to his girlfriend’s family.

An anti-bullying rally Sunday in Sayreville, N.J., where football players have been accused of sexually assaulting teammates.

Sports of The Times

Searching for Adult Supervision in Sayreville

By JULIET MACUR

A veteran coach in New Jersey believes coaches need to keep a close watch on their players and teach them to trust and protect one another.

Credit:  nytimes.com

 

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