BostonGlobe.com Headlines - Nov. 20, 2014 November 21, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Obama set to act on immigration, angering GOP: The president’s plans, while cheered by advocates, could impact Democrats’ ability to work with a new Republican-led Congress. Jessica Meyers reports. For Ebola patients, getting treatment quickly is crucial: The difference between life and death for Ebola patients is often a matter of time and fluids as much as technology and drugs. Felice J. Freyer details the latest. Complaints prompt Cambridge to evict synagogue’s bees: The city is being forced to address the question of what it’s willing to tolerate when stinging insects are involved. Billy Baker details the story. Panel quietly considers raises for top Beacon Hill officials: The pay raises could boost top legislative leaders well beyond their current $102,000 in total compensation. Frank Phillips reports. Black Friday gets trampled in November rush: The increase in other days that offer big savings has robbed the day after Thanksgiving of its distinctive retail identity. Taryn Luna reports. The next step for Partners HealthCare: Choosing someone like Kate Walsh, who currently leads Boston Medical Center, would send a powerful message. Joan Vennochi details the story. Red Sox must not be outbid for Jon Lester — no excuses: Their offer indicates that the Sox are budging on their spending philosophy, and that’s a good thing, but they must close the deal. Dan Shaughnessy details the latest. City Council pushes back at Walsh on minority initiative: Councilors took a swipe back at the mayor for thwarting an initiative that aims to help men and boys of color. Meghan E. Irons reports. Governor proposes $329 million in midyear state budget cuts: Governor Deval Patrick immediately faced strong opposition to proposed reductions in aid to cities and towns. David Scharfenberg reports.