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  • On the Next Episode: A Subterranean Mega-Mansion & the $200M Joy Ride

    Ride shotgun from Stockholm to Sin City on a $200M road trip with fast cars, celebrities and out-of-control parties. Get a revealing look deep below a $53M mansion, where the subterranean secrets will totally blow your mind.

  • On the Next Episode: Are You Jackin’ With Me?

    Tilman Fertitta is in California to meet with two small businesses with unique, handmade designs, Rossmore, and Galanter & Jones.

  • CNBC update: Obama on equal pay

    Republican presidential candidate is warning his party not to go down a dark path; President Obama spoke at the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum on women's progress towards equality; and music producer David Gest has died, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • CNBC update: Missing boaters

    Tesla is recalling 2,700 Model X SUVs; and a Florida sheriff says the only person surviving after a boat capsized off the coast of Florida clung to the vessel overnight, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • On the Next Episode:

    When financial fraudster Paul Kruse propositions his assistant’s teenage daughter, this furious mom gets revenge and puts him behind bars. But will this whistleblower survive Kruse’s sinister murder-for-hire plot?

  • CNBC update: Texas AFB shooting

    At least 2 people have been killed at a shooting at Lackland Air Base in San Antonio, Texas, and beginning Sunday, the price of a First Class stamp drops $0.02, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • The scene at Lackland AFB, April 8, 2016.

    At least two died in a Friday shooting at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, after reports of an active shooter shutdown the base.

  • On the Next Episode: Lyor Cohen

    Business journalist Farnoosh Torabi spends 48 hours in New York with music mogul Lyor Cohen to find out how his new label makes a profit in an era of massive change in the industry.

  • On the Next Episode: The Sexiest Home Video and a Mega Yacht for Swingers

    Visit the $33M party house with a sexy video designed to lure big money. Ride along on a $500K gold covered motorcycle. Board a First Class flight to mile-high luxury.

  • On the Next Episode: It Shouldn't Be this Hard to Make a Deal

    This week, the Billion Dollar Buyer meets with two high-end businesses in the Big Apple. First up is Linoto, whose founder wants to upgrade hotel bedding with his handmade linen sheets. Next is Manveena’s Solutions, a beauty product company whose overbearing owner may derail expansion.

  • Joe Medicine Crow dead at 102

    Chief of Montana's Crow tribe Joe Medicine Crow has died. The World War Two veteran and historian was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2009.

  • Follow the Leader: John Paul DeJoria

    Business journalist Farnoosh Torabi embeds for 48 hours with billionaire entrepreneur John Paul DeJoria to discover the secrets to his success.

  • On the Next Episode: A Desert Mansion and Gold Lingerie

    A desert mansion that includes three infinity pools and a $1M automatic sunroof and go along on a sexy photo shoot where models show off gold lingerie.

  • Belgian military forces patrol tourist streets in Brussels.

    The terrorist attacks in Brussels that killed 32 people last week are set to knock international visitor numbers across Europe in the months ahead.

  • PAKCHONG SUB-DISTRICT, Ratchaburi, Thailand, April 1- P rasert Jitkham stoops down and pulls a yellowed sugar cane shoot from baked soil. The worst drought in more than twenty years in Thailand has killed the plant he should harvest next year. A drop in exports from Thailand and India has contributed to forecasts for a widening global supply deficit this year,...

  • On the Next Episode: These Aren't Babies, This is Merchandise

    This week, Tilman travels to New York to meet two sets of small business owners looking to take their craft products to the next level.

  • Passengers evacuated from Zaventem Bruxelles International Airport after a terrorist attack on March 22, 2016 in Brussels.

    Brussels airport on Tuesday began trying out a make-shift check-in area that could allow a limited restart of passenger flights in the coming days.

  • CNBC update: Syria retakes Palmyra

    Pakistan's Prime Minister is visiting the injured after a deadly bombing killing at least 70 people; four more wounded in the Brussels attacks have died; and aerial footage of the historic city of Palmyra in Syria, with CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • This is an attack on EU, not just Belgium: Swecker

    Discussing potential changes in privacy and security in Europe after the Brussels attacks, with Former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker.

  • Belgian officials revise Brussels death toll to 35

    NBC News' Ayman Mohyeldin reports from Brussels where security officials believe one person involved in the Brussels attack last week remains at large.