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Rescuers are searching the wreckage today of a train crash that took the lives of at least 133 people in one of the deadliest such incidents in India in years. The train came off the tracks near the northern industrial city of Kanpur soon after 3 a.m. Sunday morning, causing 14 coaches to derail. Investigators are looking into a possible fracture in the tracks as a potential cause of the accident. It said the train carriages are reported as being outdated
High health insurance costs prompting tough choices. The post-election confusion over the fate of Obamacare has only complicated the already difficult choices faced by middle class consumers who are worried they can’t afford their health insurance options this fall. Premiums and deductibles soared in many parts of the country after the departure of several large insurers from the Affordable Care Act exchanges for 2017. That’s led many to fret about how to either afford insurance or how to get by without it. ‘People would call and say, ‘We have a new president. He’s going to repeal it, so I don’t have to buy insurance,’ says Health Agents for America, ‘While we hope for change and at least address the affordability, I tell them we have to act as if everything’s the same as it has been.’
Russell Wilson threw for 272 yards and a touchdown, and caught a 15-yard touchdown pass from Doug Baldwin as the Seahawks rolled beat the Philadelphia Eagles 26-15 yesterday.