THE LATEST: Everything you need to know about the Orlando mass shooting

NEW YORK (WABC) -- Here is all of the latest information we have regarding the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida:

- Bodies removed from Orlando nightclub after worst mass shooting in US history
- What we know about Orlando shooting suspect Omar Mateen
- President Obama says Orlando shooter was inspired over internet, no signs of larger plot
- Omar Mateen's ex-wife: Orlando shooter was abusive, unstable
- Man: Orlando gunman used gay dating app to ask about hot clubs
- Inside the Orlando nightclub: Victims speak out
- Neighbor to Orlando nightclub describes surreal shooting scene
- PHOTOS: Mass casualties in Orlando nightclub shooting
- Security tightened at large gatherings in New York following Orlando shooting
- Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly discusses nightclub shooting

- 49 victims died
- 53 people were wounded
- These are the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando
- Exclusive: Cousin talks about Brooklyn man killed in nightclub shooting
- Mother who made emotional plea learns son is dead
- Mother who texted with son in Orlando nightclub learns he died
- Chicago comfort dogs head to Orlando
- Blood donation lines wrap around block in Orlando after shooting

- How to locate friends and family following an emergency

- Swift political reactions to deadly Orlando club shooting
- Social media reaction to tragedy in Orlando
- President Obama calls Orlando shooting an act of terror
- Trump, Clinton on opposite sides as Orlando shooting shakes race
- PHOTOS: Powerful reactions to Orlando around the world

- 'Love is love is love is love': Orlando victims honored with music, poetry
- Landmarks around the world display rainbows in honor of Orlando victims
- Orlando shooting looms large over Tony Awards; Stars pay tribute
- How New York City is paying tribute to Orlando nightclub shooting victims
- PHOTOS: Nation mourns victims of Orlando shooting
- Mourners gather outside Stonewall Inn
- Los Angeles, Philadelphia pay tribute to Orlando during Pride celebrations
- GoFundMe raises over $1M for Orlando shooting victims
- Here's what the Orlando Police Chief said in a letter to police department following mass shooting

- Florida nightclub attack just latest U.S. mass shooting
- Sen. Schumer: How can we keep mass shootings from happening?

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