For decades, the flood insurance program has been run by the government. But that’s starting to change. Morgan Brennan reports.

This week’s Market Monitor said he’s finding opportunities both here and overseas.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, are new stocks leading the hottest sector of the year higher?

Plus, newly built homes are more expensive than ever and builders are having a tough time breaking ground. Is there a solution?

U.S. equities closed mostly higher on Friday as energy stocks stemmed this week’s sell-off.

A Washington Post report gives the most detailed account yet of Obama’s response to Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

“We’ve got to expand our footprint in reaching much more globally,” BlackBerry CEO John Chen told CNBC.

As e-commerce demand grows, investments in warehouse landlords are poised to benefit, Jefferies wrote in a note to clients Friday.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the Senate puts out its version of health care – and the whole sector rallies.
Is it time for investors to hop on board with these stocks – or have they already missed the train?

Eamon Javers reports on the highlights of the President’s meeting with tech CEOs at the White House summit.

Thousands of fans attend VidCon to meet their favorite content creators. And as Julia Boorstin reports, it’s become a battleground for digital platforms and the ad dollars they’re fighting for.

Phil LeBeau reports on Qatar’s possible stake in American Airlines.

More than 600 employees at a Carrier plant in Indiana are preparing for layoffs, despite being told by President Trump that their jobs were safe. Scott Cohn reports.

Kayla Tausche reports the latest on draft of the Senate Republicans’ health care bill.

Kate Rogers speaks to small business owners in North Carolina, who are eagerly awaiting a tax reform plan.

Tonight on Nightly Business Report – the Senate puts out if version of health care – and the whole sector rallies.
Is it time for investors to hop on board with these stocks – or have they already missed the train?