Florida Governor Rick Scott is asking President Obama to declare a federal state of emergency over the spread of toxic algae along the state's beaches and waterways.
The state of emergency continues in Florida, while an algae bloom known as the "brown tide" has appeared just a few miles west of the Hamptons.
Governor Rick Scott declares a state of emergency in four Florida counties. Steven Vitale, owner of the Old Colorado Inn, discusses the problem.
Many businesses are reporting a hit from the Florida coast toxic algae, reports NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez.
Tesla ramped up production in the second quarter, churning out 20 percent more cars than it did during the first three months of the year.
Marco Rubio will run for re-election for his Florida Senate seat, reversing his decision to leave Capitol Hill, NBC News reports.
Kenneth Feinberg, OneOrlando Fund consultant, discusses sharing his expertise in handling the OneOrlando Fund and other donations for the shooting victims in Orlando, Florida.
Revlon said it is buying Elizabeth Arden for about $419.3 million in cash, a deal uniting two well-known names in the world of beauty and cosmetics.
Omar Mateen's wife exchanged text messages with him during the rampage.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on President Obama meeting with the families of Orlando shooting victims and speaking in Florida.
The Dallas Mavericks owner made the donation to support the department's enhanced presence after the mass shooting in Orlando.
Authorities have found the body of the child who was dragged off by an alligator Tuesday night at Disney resort, NBC News reports.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports that the remains of the toddler grabbed by an alligator at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort have been recovered.
The Florida sheriff says the search continues to retrieve the body of the toddler dragged by an alligator; and Panera Bread is working to remove artificial ingredients from its "Panera At Home" grocery store products, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Authorities are searching for a child who was dragged into the water by an alligator in Orlando, Florida.
CNBC's Sara Eisen talks to Senator Ron Johnson, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, on the mass shooting in Orlando.
The retired NYPD police officer says he didn't make the laws, and simply abides by them.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports President Obama will visit Orlando, Florida on Thursday while the community there gathers in solidarity and law officials continue to search for clues.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports Disney has increased security measures after the deadly shooting in Orlando.
Michael Barrett, Diligent Innovations CEO, and Jeff Zisner, AEGIS Security CEO, discuss the law enforcement and business response to the Orlando shooting and how to improve the process for similar attacks.