BostonGlobe.com Headlines - October 23, 2014 October 23, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: At $37.5m, Millennium Tower condo tops most everything: The penthouse atop the tower, under construction now, is nearly triple the price of the most expensive condominium ever sold in Boston. Casey Ross details the latest. After Ebola patient cured, Neb. hospital takes cautions anew: “We’re very respectful of the fact that this is a disease, [that] if we didn’t do our processes carefully, that we could catch,” a nurse said. Faiz Siddiqui reports. Online shopping yields different prices, results, says Northeastern study: New research found that major travel websites and general merchandisers are testing price steering and discrimination in small doses. Callum Borchers reports. Casino backers spending heavily on TV ads: Thousands of TV ads urging Mass. voters to say no to a casino repeal have aired already. Mark Arsenault details the latest. Kelly Ayotte thwarting effort to retire old Air Force jet: The New Hampshire senator’s husband flew the A-10, dubbed the Warthog, in Iraq and Afghanistan. Bryan Bender reports. Elizabeth Warren’s silence was Fidelity’s gain: Ideological purity is hard to sustain in the real world of politics. Joan Vennochi details the story. Urban voters get a win: Cities will be key in the gubernatorial election, and urban voters are not being taken for granted. Yvonne Abraham details the latest. Groups rally for ballot questions on casino repeal, sick time: Clergy, academics, and others gathered at Harvard in support of the ballot questions. Travis Andersen reports.