DEA investigators inspect a semi-submersible designed to transport hundreds of millions of dollars worth of cocaine undetected.
Agents locate a sophisticated smuggling tunnel hidden below the streets of Nogales.
There are lots and lots of guns in the United States, and this is one place to get them.
A group of illegal immigrants is abandoned in the desert by suspected human smugglers.
For 30 years, Alan Barges was eating himself to death. Now he hopes to live an active life again one day.
Veteran NBC Space correspondent Jay Barbree discusses his book, "Live From Cape Canaveral," charting his 50 years of covering space exploration, beginning with Sputnik in 1957.
Stronger, purer and easier than ever to get, heroin is attracting millions of new mainstream users.
If a sex worker services a disabled person, does it reverse the taboo?
While the U.S. routinely locks up citizens for possession of marijuana, Canada takes a different approach.
In this Special Message to Congress, John F. Kennedy declares, "I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon, and returning him safely to the Earth."
In 1989, researchers continue to study "moon rocks" collected by astronauts on Apollo missions, in hopes of determining more about the origins of the Moon and the Earth.
In 1994, NASA's Clementine spacecraft orbits the Moon more than 300 times, sending back stunning images of the lunar surface, before heading out to the asteroid Geographos.
NBC's Roy Neil remembers Wernher Von Braun, a German engineer who built terror rockets for Hitler and then helped lead the United States to its leadership in space.
A full Moon has long been thought to effect human behavior, but in 1982, there is still a lack of scientific evidence and professional research to support "lunatic" theories.
Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson of the Hayden Planetarium talks about the possibilities of their being other forms of life in our universe.
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