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Some of the badges were not reporting lost or stolen for weeks, meaning they were not quickly deactivated.
"There have always been pickpockets at the Eiffel Tower, but we are now facing an organized network", said a union representative.
A South Korean court on Friday suspended the prison term of a former Korean Air executive whose onboard "nut rage" tantrum delayed a flight last year.
A death-defying crash, a blackened coastline, an exodus in Iraq and more of the best pictures of the week.
Los Angeles airport police used a Taser to stun a man and take him into custody after he breached security at LAX Terminal 6, officials said.
Scrambling to make last minute plans for the upcoming holiday weekend? CNBC's Landon Dowdy zeros in on four tips that will help plan that perfect getaway without breaking the bank.
The ship with over 2,700 passengers, went dark at about 5 p.m. ET Tuesday. The Coast Guard was called in to assess any damage.
Fourteen people, including three baggage handlers, were arrested in a scheme to move drugs around the country by skirting Oakland's airport security.
The National Safety Council said in a new report that 27 to 37 percent of all U.S. vehicle collisions in 2013 were due to some form of cell phone use.
A computer security expert told the FBI he hacked into a plane's computer system and briefly took over the controls, causing it to pitch sideways.
Funeral Masses were held for two of the eight victims of last week's Amtrak crash, Laura Finamore, 47, and Bob Gildersleeve, 45.
Summer travel on U.S. airlines is expected to reach an all-time high this year on the wings of a strong U.S. economy.
One expert explains why where you choose to sit on a train can affect your odds of survival in the event of a crash.
Exceeding railroad speed limits by as little as 5mph could derail a train, according to instructors who showed NBC News how to slow a locomotive.
Tornado tears through Texas, volcano glows at night, shaken Nepal takes cover and more.
The train that crashed in Philadelphia this week was accelerating as it approached the curve where it derailed, safety investigators said Thursday.
A retractable toothpick and chicken mascot head are among just some of the interesting items at the nation's presidential libraries.