CNBC Digital Original Video

  • Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche has 5 tips to help you still have fun while in debt.

  • A promotional shot of Tesla's Cybertruck.

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk suggested his company had now received 250,000 pre-orders for the Cybertruck, its first electric pickup. Musk tweeted "250k," and based on his previous tweets, he's referring to order numbers.

  • The explosion from a chemical plant in Port Neches, Texas, blew out windows on homes several miles away. At least three people were injured in the blast at Texas Petroleum Chemical Group's plant. A county judge said one of the workers was transported by air to Houston with serious burns. Another worker was treated for a broken arm, and the third has already been released from the hospital. After the initial explosion, there were several secondary explosions.

  • A "walking" soft robot created using the MM3D printing technique developed by Harvard's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS).

    Researchers at Harvard's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) developed a new method known as multimaterial multinozzle 3D printing or MM3D. MM3D achieves fast and continuous switching between up to eight different printing materials.

  • A view of a Best Buy retail store on August 29, 2019 in San Bruno, California.

    Ahead of Black Friday, Best Buy beat the street with its quarterly earnings. With these strong numbers, the retailer raised its fiscal 2020 earnings forecast. Shares of the stock surged by double digits and hit an all-time high. If history is any indication, the retail stock has room to run.

  • Richard Barry, president and CEO of Tru Kids, the parent company of Toys R Us, discusses the first Toys R Us store to open since the company declared bankruptcy in 2017.

  • China successfully launched satellites to orbit last week but pieces of the country's rocket fell in the rural Sichuan province, crushing buildings in a video shared widely on social media. The government's Long March 3B rocket launched from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center on Friday evening. Unlike U.S. launch pads, which are typically located along coastlines so rockets fly over water, Xichang is located deep inland, which means the rocket flies directly over villages in rural China.

  • US First Lady Melania Trump arrives to address the B'More Youth Summit in Baltimore, Maryland, on November 26, 2019.

    First Lady Melania Trump was speaking at the Baltimore Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness on Tuesday, Nov. 26.

  • Secretary of State Mike Pompeo holds a news conference at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium November 20, 2019.

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo responds to a reporter when he was asked at a State Department briefing whether he would testify in the House impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. President Trump said he "would love" to have Pompeo and others testify about the "hoax" in a series of tweets on Tuesday.

  • Tesla's futuristic pickup truck appears set to go head-to-head against the Ford F-150. Sundeep Madra, vice president at Ford X, sent a message via Twitter to Elon Musk, challenging the CEO to send over a Cybertruck for an "apples to apples" tug-of-war test. Musk replied: "Bring it on." The anticipated showdown, which could take place as early as next week, comes shortly after Tesla unveiled its all-electric Cybertruck in a demo gone awry.

  • A uniformed Secret Service officer patrols the grounds at the White House in Washington, DC, on November 26, 2019, during an air space violation.

    The White House on Tuesday was briefly put on lockdown, as fighter jets were scrambled in Washington following an airspace violation, law enforcement officials told NBC News. A small aircraft violated airspace rules in a restricted area, officials told the Associated Press. NBC News also reported that a security alert was raised at the Capitol building.

  • Volvo Brand Strategy News Conference

    The name Volvo has been synonymous with car safety for decades. The brand has often been the first to introduce key safety features that are now common across the car industry. Safety, though, has become a bigger priority for consumers and automakers alike, and that's causing trouble for Volvo. Automotive technology has improved, regulations have tightened, and other brands are catching up. That's making it harder and harder for Volvo to keep its lead in car safety.

  • President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump present Conan, the military working dog injured in the successful operation targeting Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, before the media in the Rose Garden at the White House, Monday, Nov. 25, 2019 in Washington.

    President Donald Trump celebrated the heroic dog who took part in the military raid that killed ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

  • A smartphone displaying the Uber app in London.

    Uber's license to operate in London was ordered stripped Monday by the city's transport regulator, which cited a "pattern of failures" that "placed passenger safety and security at risk." San Francisco-based Uber immediately said it plans to appeal Transport for London's decision. Here's what three experts say investors should pay attention to.

  • Co-founder of The Emily Post Institute, Lizzie Post, shares how to give holiday gifts on a budget.

  • Ballots are being displayed for counting at a polling station. Nearly 3 million Hong Kong citizens cast their ballots on Sunday's district council elections in the referendum race between the pro-democracy camp and pro-Beijing camp after more than five months of turmoil in the city.

    Hong Kong's Hang Seng index led gains among major markets regionally, after pro-democracy candidates surged to a landslide victory following a record voter turnout. According to the government, about 2.94 million registered electors casted votes, making it a record 71.2% turnout. Pro-democracy candidates won more than half of the 452 district council sets for the first time. These results come as the semi-autonomous Chinese territory has been shaken by anti-government protests for months.

  • Ao Yun is the first luxury wine from China. It costs around $300 per bottle and it's hard to get. Only 2,500 cases are produced each vintage and 30% of that is sold in China. So is Ao Yun worth $300 a bottle?

  • 2019 Ram 1500

    American automakers take their trucks extremely seriously. And the ongoing battles for dominance among the Detroit Three are often called the "truck wars". Third place challenger Ram has made waves in recent years, snagging major industry awards and stealing market share from rivals. The upstart Ram is now posing a more serious threat to rivals than ever before.

  • The Child, popularly known as "Baby Yoda," is a character in the new Disney+ series, "The Mandalorian"

    'Baby Yoda' merchandise from 'The Mandalorian' is now available for sale. Apparels and accessories will be sold through retailers like Amazon, Target, Kohl's and Macy's.

  • Germany's health-care system spends nearly half as much as the United States but still manages to cover 100% of its population through a mix of public and private insurance schemes. There are two different systems that residents can turn to for insurance in Germany: SHI, which stands for Statutory Health Insurance and PHI or Private Health Insurance. Here's how they work.