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Nov 2, 2013

NYT | ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS NOVEMBER 2, 2013.

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Compiled: November 2, 2013 02:38:06 PM

Economic View

In New York Casino Vote, a Dance With Temptation
New Yorkers will vote Tuesday on whether to expand the number of casinos in the state by up to seven, a proposal that a Cornell economist calls a bad idea.

Strategies

Though a steadfast market bull, a strategist worries about investors’ nonchalant attitude toward ever-rising stocks.

NYT | Today's Top Headlines November 2, 2013: Climate Change Seen Posing Risk to Food Supplies

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Saturday, November 2, 2013


Top News
A United Nations panel of scientists says that globally, rising temperatures will make it harder for crops to thrive.
Climate Change Seen Posing Risk to Food Supplies

By JUSTIN GILLIS

A leaked draft of a report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said that climate change could reduce output and send prices higher in a period when global food demand is expected to soar.
A 2008 photo showed Hakimullah Mehsud, center, the leader of the Pakistani Taliban, who was said to have been killed.
Drone Strikes Are Said to Kill Taliban Chief

By DECLAN WALSH, IHSANULLAH TIPU MEHSUD and ISMAIL KHAN

The killing deals a major blow to a group that has terrorized Pakistan and tried to set off a car bomb in New York in 2010, according to Pakistani intelligence officials and militant commanders.
Senators Claire McCaskill, left, and Kirsten E. Gillibrand.
2 Democrats Split on Tactics to Fight Military Sex Assaults

By JENNIFER STEINHAUER

As Senators Kirsten Gillibrand an Claire McCaskill mount fierce separate campaigns, the conflict has created an uncomfortable division between the Senate's women

Editors' Picks

MOVIES

Video Video: Breakthrough Performances
Logan Hill looks at some of the noteworthy performances of the holiday movie season.

OPINION | Op-Ed Contributor

Restoring Trans-Atlantic Trust

By WOLFGANG ISCHINGER

After the revelations of America's spying on its European allies, the question is how to rebuild the relationship.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

"It's kind of a daunting task to face. It's kind of like looking at a $100 million meat grinder, face first."
CHARLIE CRIST, explaining why it took so long to decide whether to run again for Florida governor.
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World
Chancellor Angela Merkel is being pushed to accept policies for Germany that would include its first minimum wage and sharply increased spending on infrastructure, education and energy.
A Fiscal Scold, Merkel Softens Tone at Home

By ALISON SMALE

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany is being pushed to accept policies that would sharply increase domestic spending, even as she shows few signs of easing austerity for the rest of Europe.
Hans-Christian Ströbele, a German politician, right, met with Edward J. Snowden, the fugitive security contractor. Mr. Snowden appealed to Washington to stop treating him like a traitor.
Snowden Asks U.S. to Stop Treating Him Like a Traitor

By ALISON SMALE

In a letter handed to a German politician, the former intelligence contractor says that "my government continues to treat dissent as defection."
. Documents  Document: Snowden's Letter of Appeal to Washington
. In Shadows, Hints of a Life and Even a Job for Snowden
Pakistani Army troopers moving toward the Red Mosque during a military operation in Islamabad in July 2007.

Q. and A.

How the Pakistani Taliban Became a Deadly Force

By CARLOTTA GALL and DECLAN WALSH

Formally founded in 2007, a group traces its roots to cross-border radicalization spread by the Afghan Taliban and fighters from Al Qaeda.
For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World »

U.S.
In a video frame grab, fire and rescue personnel gathered at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday.
Security Agent Is Killed at Los Angeles Airport

By JENNIFER MEDINA and IAN LOVETT

The police said several other agents were injured in a shooting at Los Angeles International Airport that led to the evacuation of thousands of passengers.
. The Lede: Descriptions of Chaos and Fear at Los Angeles Airport Shooting
Dr. Brian Druker, of the Knight Cancer Institute at Oregon Health and Science University, said,
Doctors Fear Losing Leukemia Drug Deemed Risky

By DENISE GRADY and ANDREW POLLACK

The Food and Drug Administration announced it would ban the sale of Iclusig, which is keeping patients alive but has grave side effects.
Ex-Governor of Florida Seeks Old Job in New Party

By LIZETTE ALVAREZ

The governor's race will no doubt be one of next year's most expensive and rancorous, offering a contrast between Charlie Crist, a centrist, and Gov. Rick Scott, a Tea Party conservative.
For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US 
Politics
Senators Ted Cruz, left, and Rand Paul waiting to speak at a rally in September opposing funding for the Affordable Care Act.
Republican Rivalry Simmers as Paths and Styles Diverge

By JONATHAN MARTIN

The strategies pursued by Ted Cruz and Rand Paul could help determine whether the Tea Party remains at war with the G.O.P. establishment or is eventually integrated.
Former Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates read the Early Bird newsletter on a helicopter trip back to Camp Victory from Baghdad in 2011.

Pentagon Memo

Pentagon News Service, Read at First Light and Debated All Day, Fades Away

By THOM SHANKER

There were many causes of death for the Early Bird, among them Internet services that made the effort seem like an anachronism.
Troubleshooter Reports Progress and Barriers in Bid to Repair Health Portal

By ROBERT PEAR

Officials expressed frustration Friday with hardware and software problems that continued to complicate the federal health insurance website.
For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »
Business
A flight attendant, right, instructing students at the Aeroflot academy for flight attendants, on aspects of cabin service.
Russian Service, and With Please and Thank You

By ANDREW E. KRAMER

Russian companies are carrying out elaborate training that is producing a new generation of service employees who are customer-oriented.
. Photographs  Slide Show: Aeroflot Trains a New Generation
A Beijing office of JPMorgan Chase.

DealBook

U.S. Inquiry Broadens Into JPMorgan's Asia Hiring

By JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG and BENJAMIN PROTESS

A filing indicates that federal authorities are looking into the JPMorgan Chase's "business relationships with certain related clients in the Asia Pacific region" and its work with consultants there.
A display of Cree California-compliant bulbs being sold at a Home Depot store in Burbank.
This Little LED of Mine

By DIANE CARDWELL

The common complaint about compact fluorescent lights, the harsh glow, may have an energy-efficient answer, especially as LED bulbs fall under $10 each.
For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »
Technology
Twitter's San Francisco headquarters, in a 1937 Art Deco building. Many tech industry firms are expanding to the city.
Twitter Helps Revive a Seedy San Francisco Neighborhood

By KRISTINA SHEVORY

Before Twitter moved in, San Francisco's Mid-Market area was run down and not very safe. Now that's changed, thanks to tax breaks and a need for office space in the city.
Jason Schwartzman, left, a co-host of the YouTube Music Awards on Sunday, with Spike Jonze, the show's creative director, during a rehearsal in Brooklyn.
Celebrating Pop That's Just a Click Away

By DAVE ITZKOFF

The YouTube Music Awards, an online celebration of pop music and performers, will debut on Sunday, joining a crowded field of congratulatory broadcasts.
Qualcomm and Cerberus Joining in Founders' Bid for BlackBerry

DealBook

Qualcomm and Cerberus Joining in Founders' Bid for BlackBerry

By DAVID GELLES and IAN AUSTEN

The consortium had the makings of a serious bid that could set it apart in what has become a messy auction process for the troubled smartphone maker.
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »
Sports
The Nets had lost to the Heat 13 straight times before Friday's game.
Nets Show Heat That Rivalry Has Two Sides

By ANDREW KEH

The Nets gained their first win over the Miami Heat after a 13-game losing streak against the team, and it improved their record to 1-1.
Jesse Bongiovi, top left, is a walk-on cornerback for the Fighting Irish, and is the son of Jon Bon Jovi, right. Wide receiver Corey Robinson, bottom left, is the son of the pro basketball Hall of Famer David Robinson, right.
At Notre Dame, a Parents' Day Game Might Require a Red Carpet

By JERRY BARCA

The singer Jon Bon Jovi and athletes like Torii Hunter and David Robinson, among other celebrities, have sons on the Fighting Irish football team.
. Video  Video: Notre Dame Players Sing 'Living on a Prayer'
Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly petted a bomb-sniffing dog on Friday.
After Boston Bombings, New York Police Plan Tight Security at Marathon

By MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ

Almost the entire New York City Marathon route will be covered, Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly said on Friday, and hundreds of cameras will be monitored in real time.
. Video  Video: New York City Marathon, by the Numbers
For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »
Arts
Opening the Vaults: Wonders  of the 1893 World's Fair  The Field Museum exhibition includes stuffed animals then on display.

Exhibition Review

Assessing a Future From 120 Years Ago

By EDWARD ROTHSTEIN

In "Opening the Vaults: Wonders of the 1893 World's Fair," the Field Museum in Chicago considers a historic exposition and the values behind it.
Lee Buford, left, and Chip King, both members of the Body, performing on Halloween night at Saint Vitus in Brooklyn.

Critic's Notebook

It's Not Costumes That Make Them Creepy

By BEN RATLIFF

The bands Raime (electronica) and the Body (metal) put on Halloween night shows in Brooklyn that were genuinely eerie.
Robert Heinecken's 1986 collage
Proving That the Medium Really Is the Message

By JORI FINKEL

Galleries and museums are rediscovering the work of Robert Heinecken, who used found imagery to explore themes that still feel urgent today.
For more arts news, go to NYTimes.com/Arts »
N.Y./Region
The New York State Board of Parole decided to release Sundhe Moses after his lawyers documented flaws in his prosecution.

By FRANC