Hurricane Matthew snarled travel plans as it strengthened into a Category 4 storm on Thursday.
Walt Disney World told CNBC that it will close its Orlando parks at 5 p.m., ET, Thursday; it will stay closed all day Friday.
SeaWorld slashed its dividend and said it would suspend future payments, six months after it decided to stop breeding killer whales at its parks.
Loews is opening a new resort at Universal Orlando. Discussing the importance of securing hotels, with Jonathan Tisch, Loews Hotels Chairman, Co-Owner of the Giants, Loews Co-Chairman of the Board
The average national cost for a routine vaginal delivery is $8,775, and $11,525 for c-sections.
Kenneth Feinberg, OneOrlando Fund consultant, discusses sharing his expertise in handling the OneOrlando Fund and other donations for the shooting victims in Orlando, Florida.
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.
President Obama has arrived in Orlando, Florida, to meet the families of the victims of the deadly Pulse nightclub shooting; and a drug worked so well in a lung cancer trial that the study was stopped early so the participants could use it, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
The Stoner family says the creator of the rifle would have been horrified and sickened by these massacres.
The Dallas Mavericks owner made the donation to support the department's enhanced presence after the mass shooting in Orlando.
FBI Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge Ron Hopper says the investigation into many leads is ongoing after the Orlando massacre.
Authorities are searching for a child who was dragged into the water by an alligator in Orlando, Florida.
President Obama says proposed restrictions on Muslims like those from Donald Trump upend "the very things that make our country great."
President Obama addresses the impact of U.S. strikes on ISIL's revenue.
President Obama addresses the current and past efforts to destroy ISIL.
President Obama says there is currently no information that indicates the Orlando massacre was led by a foreign terrorist group.
President Obama speaks about the deadly Orlando shooting.
The Orlando gunman's wife has told FBI agents she tried to talk her husband out of carrying out an attack, NBC News has learned.
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.