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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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Customs and Border Patrol Agents defend the active border town of Brownsville, Texas.
airs today
The investigation of couple who are suspected human drug smugglers may lead back to a high-level supplier.
aired 1 day ago
El Paso officers detain a father and son suspected of smuggling drugs.
aired 1 day ago
U.S. Customs and Border Protection patrol the crucial boundary between El Paso, one of the safest cities in the U.S., and Ciudad Juarez, considered one of the most dangerous cities in the world.
aired 2 days ago
Agents respond to a shoot-out on the Rio Grande; a stash of cocaine hidden in a car floor.
aired 2 days ago
Human smugglers and the drug cartels use the Rio Grande River as a route to cross the border with their contraband.
aired 5 days ago
The agents enlist the help of the A-Star surveillance helicopter to track a suspected smuggling ring.
aired 5 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 6 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 6 days ago
Border agents in El Paso, Texas battle to secure the city from human trafficking and drug smuggling.
aired 6 days ago
Contraband seized by Customs and Border Protection needs to be handled, and in some cases disposed of, in a strictly regulated manner.
aired 7 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 7 days ago
With the help of a Blackhawk helicopter, agents arrest a suspected smuggler who is backpacking drugs into the U.S.
aired 8 days ago
Agents uncover a drug smuggling tunnel and narcotics in a freight train.
aired 9 days ago
A getaway car smuggling drugs; illegal immigrants led by a human smuggler; a hidden tunnel in a house.
aired 9 days ago
An illegal immigrant chase; new crossing and concealment strategies.
aired 11 days ago
A house run by suspected human smugglers is raided; a secret tunnel is uncovered; a global pandemic outbreak.
aired 12 days ago
A truck with canned jalapeños is found to have marijuana; a human smuggler will not give up stranded immigrants; agents raid a suspected stash house.
aired 12 days ago
A high-speed chase leads to the discovery of a large amount of marijuana; agents identify a car that has been rebuilt to transport contraband.
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Disoriented immigrants require rescue; agents stop suspected illegal immigrants from rafting across a river.
airs in 10 days
A group of illegal immigrants bails from an SUV; a spare tire is full of suspected drug money; a stash house bust.

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