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Obama Asks F.C.C. to Adopt Tough Net Neutrality Rules

By EDWARD WYATT

President Obama’s comments were his most direct effort to keep cable and telephone companies from providing special access to some content providers.

. The Upshot: A Simple Way to Understand the Debate
A military vehicle moved last week amid homes destroyed by Egyptian security forces in Rafah, an area of Sinai that is a stronghold of Ansar Beit al-Maqdis.

Militant Group in Egypt Vows Loyalty to ISIS

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

The affiliation could pull the organization, Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, away from its focus on attacking Egyptian military and security forces and toward the Islamic State’s mass killings of civilians.

Jean Averill, shown in a photograph at left with Mark, died in a car crash in December 2003, the earliest fatality linked to a defective ignition switch used in G.M. cars.

11 Years Later, Woman’s Death Is Tied to G.M. Ignition Defect

By RACHEL ABRAMS

The family of a woman who was killed when her General Motors car crashed in 2003 was never told her death was linked to a safety defect in the car that killed 13 people.

. G.M. Ordered a Half-Million Replacement Switches 2 Months Before Recall

Video VIDEO: Limiting Ebola’s Spread in MaliMali’s Ebola scare is not yet over. But with a quick diagnosis, extensive communication, and no shortage of luck, authorities and partners may be able to limit the number of cases to one.

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Video VIDEO: ScienceTake | Jellyfish BuffetScavengers in the deep ocean are more fond of jellyfish than anyone realized.

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Video VIDEO: In Performance | Joely RichardsonA scene from the new production of William Luce’s biographical play “The Belle of Amherst,” about the 19th-century poet Emily Dickinson. The show runs through Nov. 23 at the Westside Theater.

A statue of Joseph Smith and his first wife, Emma, at Temple Square in Salt Lake City.

It’s Official: Mormon Founder Had Up to 40 Wives

By LAURIE GOODSTEIN

For the first time, the church admits that Joseph Smith took as many as 40 wives, some of them already married.

The Salton Sea, created accidentally when Colorado River floods overwhelmed flimsy dikes, fills crucial ecological niches in southeastern California but is becoming increasingly salty.

Preserving an Accident, the Salton Sea in California, for the Good of Nature

By FELICITY BARRINGER

The Salton Sea, a briny lake created by a mismanaged effort to divert a river, has become a key habitat for migrating birds and is now in danger of drying out.

Medicare Proposes Paying for Lung Cancer Screenings for Older Longtime Smokers

By SABRINA TAVERNISE

A draft decision by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services would extend coverage for CT scans to Medicare beneficiaries who smoked at least a pack a day for 30 years or the equivalent.

. The Upshot: Shortage of Medicaid Doctors? Not if You Ask Patients
Deborah Delisle, an assistant secretary at the Department of Education, right, spoke with Berenice Almanza while visiting Monache High School in Porterville, Calif., in September.

U.S. to Focus on Equity in Assigning of Teachers

By MOTOKO RICH

Federal officials want states to ensure that poor and minority students will not be disproportionately taught by inexperienced educators.

Databases containing postal workers' and retirees' names, birth dates, addresses and Social Security numbers were breached.

Postal Service Discloses Major Theft of Its Employees’ Personal Data

By DAVID E. SANGER

The agency told employees that an attack “potentially compromised” databases containing names, addresses, birth dates and Social Security numbers.

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President Obama joined peers in Chinese garb on Monday, starting a visit focusing on his ties to President Xi Jinping.

Obama’s Focus in China Is on Leader, Not Public

By MARK LANDLER

President Obama is nurturing his one-on-one relationship with China’s president, after his past efforts to engage with the Chinese public were stymied.

Dr. Abdouramane Koungoulba, center, who first examined a child later found to have Ebola, in Kayes, Mali. Remarkably, none of the child's relatives are yet sick after traveling with her for three days to Kayes from Beyla, Guinea.

In Quick Response, Mali Thwarts an Ebola Outbreak

By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr. and KATARINA HÖIJE

In tracing the travel of a 2-year-old girl and her family from Guinea and quarantining 108 people, Malian officials believe they have limited the outbreak in the country to one person.

. Video  Video: Limiting Ebola’s Spread in Mali
Hospital workers treated survivors of a suicide bombing at a high school in Potiskum, Nigeria, on Monday.

Bomb at School in Nigeria Kills Nearly 50 Boys

By ADAM NOSSITER

Nearly 50 boys at a boarding school were killed in the bombing, and suspicion focused on the Boko Haram militant group, which has carried out similar attacks.

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