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Cameras follow the action along Arizona's Sonoran Desert, one of the busiest border crossings in the country, as officers and agents of U.S. Customs and Border Protection fight terrorism, apprehend drug smugglers and intercept people entering the United States illegally. The series also embeds with Customs and Border Protection, and with local law enforcement, as units patrol near and on the border in South Texas.

Latest episodes

aired 6 days ago
Agentes acaban con el narcotráfico y las pandillas en North Miami Beach.
aired 13 days ago
Agentes arrestan a pasajeros con documentos falsos tratando de abordar una aerolínea, interceptan un cargamento de narcóticos con destino a Florida e intentan desmantelar operaciones de pandillas en Puerto Rico.
aired 20 days ago
Agentes en la frontera con México interceptan una carga de armas yendo a México.
aired 24 days ago
En la frontera de Arizona con México, la rígida vigilancia de la policía obliga a los carteles a desarrollar nuevas estrategias y llevar el tráfico al extremo; los agentes procuran recuperar grandes paquetes ocultos de marihuana.
aired 27 days ago
Los Agentes de aduana en el borde US-México detienen a un peligroso asesino.
airs in 1 day
Agentes interceptan un barco con un cargamento de droga multimillonario, arrestan a un supuesto miembro de una pandilla internacional y destruyen un invernadero de marihuana.
aired 48 days ago
Por tierra, agua y aire, el equipo de Miami controla el caos en el Super Bowl XLIV.
aired 55 days ago
Agents stage a risky sting operation to infiltrate a human smuggling organization.
aired 58 days ago
Lucha contra el terrorismo ilegal inmigración y el contrabando.
aired 60 days ago
Agentes de aduana de los EE. UU. encontraron un cargamento de marihuana escondido dentro de un tractor. Mientras una niebla espesa causa mayor problemas a unos agentes.
aired 62 days ago
Los agentes y funcionarios de San Diego descubren a treinta personas muy bien escondidas en el remolque de un camión, en un evidente contrabando humano.
aired 67 days ago
El equipo persigue a un hombre tratando de contrabandear dos niñas gemelas jóvenes a través de la frontera, y descubre un grupo de inmigrantes ilegales varados en el desierto.
aired 156 days ago
The highest valued multi-million dollar drug busts along the border, from cocaine to marijuana and car stops to stakeouts.
aired 156 days ago
Exciting chase scenes from Border Wars show how far and high CBP goes to protect our borders.
aired 163 days ago
Drugs and contraband drive north and cash and guns flow south - the CBP is there to stop it.
aired 163 days ago
As migrants and drugs enter the US illegally, sting operations catch them before they reach a final destination.
aired 163 days ago
Both the desperate and depraved must cross a heavily patrolled U.S. border.
aired 221 days ago
Drug smuggling tricks exposed: tunnels, ultralights, hidden stashes and desert lookouts.
aired 221 days ago
With the latest technology and vehicles DHS agents protect the U.S. by air, land and sea.
aired 274 days ago
Revealing what happens beyond the bust; people, drugs, cash and guns.
aired 274 days ago
Border patrol agents stop drug runners and illegal immigrants from crossing the border any way they can.

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