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Jitters at the border

Some towns near the Mexican border are paying close attention to what happens in Washington once Donald Trump takes the oath of office, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.

Source: CNBC.com

Weed entrepreneur brings in over $1 million a year running 'bud and breakfast' hotels

A former Wall Street lawyer opened a chain of Colorado bed and breakfasts where guests can freely smoke pot.

Source: CNBC.com

Lockheed lands cargo airship deal

CNBC's Jane Wells reports that Straightline Aviation and Lockheed Martin have inked a $480 million deal for 12 of Lockheed's hybrid airships.

Source: CNBC.com

Kobe Bryant: It still gives me goosebumps

Los Angeles Lakers' guard Kobe Bryant is set to retire. CNBC's Jane Wells asked him his advice for navigating the ups and downs of life and career.

Source: CNBC.com

Kobe's secret to success

At the end of his 20-year NBA career, Kobe Bryant speaks with CNBC's Jane Wells about his success on and off the court.

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It's national what day?

CNBC's Jane Wells flips through the calendar and finds there's a special day for practically everything - from pencils to manatees!

Source: CNBC.com

Fighting zombies is big business

Jane Wells shoots her way through zombies in a post-apocalyptic battle zone with Adventure Combat Ops. The experience is based on the special operations missions made popular in first-person video games and major motion pictures. Adventure Combat Ops has only been open since May 2014 and the business growth has been explosive.

Source: CNBC.com

Deal reached to raise Calif.’s minimum wage

CNBC’s Jane Wells reports on increasing minimum wage in California.

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Wanna work for yourself? Know this first

Want to work for yourself? CNBC's Jane Wells shares the top tips you need to know to start your own business.

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Lockheed's new technology

Lockheed goes hypersonic! CNBC's Jane Wells reports on Lockheed's developing planes.

Source: CNBC.com