Just across the border from El Paso, Texas, is a town nicknamed Murder City where about 11 people are killed each day. But one victim's mother vowed to bring her daughter justice. Dateline's Chris Hansen has her story.
Sara Paez lives in El Paso, Texas but she crosses the border daily to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. One child at a time, she looks after abandoned orphans whose family members have fallen victim to the drug violence that now rules Ciudad Juarez.
The War Next Door: Although one in five students at Cathedral High in El Paso live in nearby Ciudad Juarez and cross the Mexican border on a daily basis, the trip proved deadly for two students who were fatally shot while visiting a friend in Juarez last weekend. All three teens were killed. NBC's M
Parts of the Southwest struggled with a third day without power or water on Monday in the wake of a weather-related utilities blackout. NBC's George Lewis reports.
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Just a few miles away from El Paso, Texas, Juarez, Mexico has been labeled one of the most dangerous cities in the world. The mayor of this border town describes to NBC News Correspondent Mark Potter what it's like to fight the drug cartels while trying to stay safe.
People crossing the Paso del Norte bridge linking Ciudad Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas, Jan. 28, 2011. The Paso del Norte bridge, which American officials estimate to be the busiest of all cross-border footpaths between Mexico and the United States, connects two cities with two very different pe
epa02556168 Members of more than 50 social organizations began the activities to commemorate the massacre of 15 youngmen a year ago in Villas de Salvalcar, on both sides of border between Ciudad Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas, USA, 29 January 2011. EPA/ALEJANDRO BRIGAS