Headlines - Nov. 4, 2014

The Boston Globe




Here are highlights from today's Globe:

  • Voters' verdict today on Coakley, Baker: The results of today’s election will spell redemption for one candidate and perhaps end the political career of the other. Reporter Jim O'Sullivan details the close of the intense race.
  • Boston bids farewell to Thomas Menino:  Thomas Menino was remembered at his funeral as a mayor who kept Boston’s neighborhoods and ordinary people in his heart. City Hall reporter Andrew Ryan provides a recap.
  • Calm Ebola hysteria with soccer: If enough countries share their skills, the Africa Cup of Nations could be a skillful display of life going on in the face of a deadly disease, writes columnist Derrick Jackson.