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Rachel Siegel is a national business reporter. She previously contributed to the Post's Metro desk, The Marshall Project and The Dallas Morning News.
The weight loss behemoth is dropping its brand name as it shifts its focus to wellness.
At least 33 deaths have been linked to the storm across the Carolinas and Virginia, officials say.
Experts warn that rivers will crest and remain at high level for as many as 10 days before dropping, part of “catastrophic flooding” across the region following the hurricane.
Crowded shelters and English-only storm warnings left some exposed to the hurricane’s wrath.
With rivers still rising and roads inundated, officials warn evacuees it’s not safe to go home.
Authorities report that water levels rose more than 10 feet in a few hours overnight Thursday into Friday.
The nation’s eighth-largest agricultural producer prepares to weather the hurricane.
Hoteliers including Hilton, Hyatt, IHG, Marriott and Wyndham will focus on issuing personal safety devices to thousands of employees.
#NikeBoycott took off on Twitter shortly after the campaign was announced.
On Saturday, the senator's mother was at Washington National Cathedral for her son's funeral, the day after she honored him at the Capital Rotunda.