A Doctors Without Borders physician who treated Ebola patients in Guinea and returned to NYC 10 days ago was rushed in an ambulance with police escorts from his Harlem home to Bellevue Hospital.

Candidates for the 60th SD – Sen. Mark Grisanti, Kevin Stocker and Marc Panepinto –  will be debating at 6:30 p.m. tonight on WBBZ-TV.

Republican NY-24 candidate John Katko accused Democratic Rep. Dan Maffei of attempting to “destroy my character” with a series of critical TV ads. But Maffei stood by the ads.

The Syracuse Post-Standard, which editorialized against state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli in 2010 and is his opponent’s hometown paper, endorsed his re-election this year.

AG Eric Schneiderman’s fourth TV ad includes footage of his former Senate colleague, Shirley Huntley, leaving court after her arrest on corruption charges.

One day after Make the Road New York announced it would protest NYC’s bid to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention, the organization cancelled a demonstration and reversed its position.

The state Senate Democratic Campaign Committee took in $408,300 in donations yesterday – a major infusion of cash for the Democrats less than two weeks before the Nov. 4 election.

What you need to know about the latest round of rebate checks, which is costing the state $400 million.

John Cassidy’s take on the gubernatorial debate: “this most tightly wound of fellows” vs. “an overage member of the Little Rascals.”

CNBC reporter John Harwood says the poor sales of Cuomo’s book is a reflection of the fact that the governor is “not an especially likable person…in terms of his public demeanor.”

GOP NY-4 candidate Bruce Blakeman’s new TV ad casts his Democratic opponent, Nassau County DA Kathleen Rice, as a rubber stamp for President Obama.

Diana Walker, the photographer who took the photo of Hillary Clinton wearing sunglasses while checking her phone on a military flight, has a book out.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio is asking his health policy team to formulate a plan for how the administration can better reach immigrant communities and connect them to health care.

GOP Rep. Michael Grimm thinks it will be “very difficult” for the Republicans to beat Clinton – if she runs – in 2016.

Two more de Blasio staffers have taken leaves to work on Democratic campaigns – one is assisting Grimm’s opponent, Domenic Recchia, the other is working for state Senate candidate Justin Wagner.

Clinton heaped praise on Cuomo’s “Women’s Equality Agenda,” the centerpiece of the governor’s effort to appeal to female voters.

Cuomo said he hopes Clinton does “something really, really, really big” in the future.

US Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand did not attend the Clinton-Cuomo “women’s equality” rally, instead headling the Eleanor Roosevelt Legacy Committee annual luncheon a few doors down.

The former secretary of state will stump for NY-18 Democratic Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, (who worked in the White House for her husband), in Somers on Monday.

The CBC says the MTA’s capital plan is full of “misplaced priorities” that should be adjusted before it is approved by a review board.

Republican Rep. Peter King thinks the doctors are wrong on Ebola, suggesting the deadly virus might have mutated and gone airborne.

Barnes & Noble is not leaving the Bronx after all – at least not right now.