BostonGlobe.com Headlines - Nov. 3, 2014 November 03, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Coakley, Baker aim to answer old doubts: Both candidates on Sunday tried to convince voters they have changed and improved since their failed campaigns. Jim O'Sullivan and Stephanie Ebbert report. Democrats' turnout effort in high gear: As Martha Coakley slips behind in polls, Democrats are pinning their hopes on a well-oiled get-out-the-vote machine. Michael Levenson reports Thousands say goodbye to Menino: Mourners braved rain, sleet, and snow to pay their final respects to Thomas Menino on Sunday. Menino's well-deserved victory lap: The former mayor’s funeral procession today will cover 71 years in the life of a man and 20 years in the life of Boston, writes columnist Adrian Walker. New England researchers help shape the fight on Ebola: Scientists are providing a stream of evidence that is beginning to reveal the epidemic’s weak spots. Science reporter Carolyn Y. Johnson details. In ailing Maine city, strict food stamp rule wins favor: Though Calais residents say the prospects for economic revival are grim, many support the “work for food stamps” plan. Business reporter Megan Woolhouse reports. With snow burst in Boston, storm breaks record: A weekend nor’easter brought the area’s first wintry mix, as well as powerful wind gusts. Patriots make an emphatic statement against Broncos: Columnist Dan Shaughnessy says beating the Broncos in such convincing fashion is a victory that truly stamps the Patriots as a legit Super Bowl contender.