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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.

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New agents get their first taste of action; officers seize tens of thousands of dollars in suspected drug cartel money; special agents seek out corruption within their ranks.
aired 2 days ago
A house run by suspected human smugglers is raided; a secret tunnel is uncovered; a global pandemic outbreak.
aired 2 days ago
Officers and agents in Nogales discover a secret stash of money, race to save illegal immigrants suffering in the desert, and rescue two girls being smuggled into the states.
aired 5 days ago
Illegal traffic between the Rio Grande and the Falfurrias Checkpoint in South Texas.
aired 5 days ago
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers try to stop a wanted man from re-entering the country, uncover a drug cartel's smuggling strategy, and break a port-of-entry seizure record.
aired 5 days ago
Money itself has become something of a drug in South Texas.
aired 7 days ago
Two of man's best friends: dogs and horses; super senses, stealth, strength and endurance.
aired 9 days ago
Tactical cat-and-mouse games used in the war on drugs.
aired 11 days ago
Suspected illegal immigrants; cartel foot soldiers; would-be imposters are prevented from entering the country.
aired 12 days ago
In the southern border towns of Douglas and Nogales, Ariz., agents uncover new and more cunning methods smugglers create to avoid detection, including a drug tunnel under the border.
aired 12 days ago
South Texas has become a hotspot for smuggling activities on the border.
aired 12 days ago
A large stash of cocaine is discovered in a unique hiding place; millions of dollars of heroin is seized at port.
aired 14 days ago
Agents set up a trap in an area of the Arizona desert known as "The Jungle"; agents discover a major drug-running tunnel.
aired 15 days ago
A getaway car smuggling drugs; illegal immigrants led by a human smuggler; a hidden tunnel in a house.
aired 15 days ago
An illegal immigrant chase; new crossing and concealment strategies.
aired 19 days ago
El Paso officers detain a father and son suspected of smuggling drugs.
aired 20 days ago
In Puerto Rico, agents try to keep a drug seizure secure for transport to San Juan; a suspected drug smuggler enters Puerto Rico from the Dominican Republic.
aired 20 days ago
For people who live near the border in South Texas it is easy to become caught up in the violence.
aired 21 days ago
Agents pursue a pickup truck loaded down with drugs ferried from Mexico; a routine vehicle inspections uncovers a large stash of heroin.
aired 22 days ago
Smugglers bury drugs inside the toxic content of tanker trucks.
aired 22 days ago
Customs and Border Patrol Agents defend the active border town of Brownsville, Texas.

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