Land Rover News
Death toll rises to 58 in London apartment fire
Residents say authorities ignored warnings about how dangerous the building was; even after $13 million refurbishment, the building had no sprinkler system, only one staircase and no fire escapes.
Oscar De La Hoya arrested on suspicion of drunken driving
Oscar De La Hoya, the International Boxing Hall of Famer and CEO of Golden Boy Promotions, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence early Wednesday in Pasadena, California. According to the California Highway Patrol, De La Hoya was arrested at 1:57 a.m. "A Land Rover was seen
Prince William Speaks About Prince George's Birthday at America's Cup With Princess Kate
Prince William and Princess Kate boarded a catamaran adorned with the royal standard to cheer on the United Kingdom team at the America’s Cup World Series in Portsmouth, England. Kate is patron of the 1851 Trust, a sailing charity led by Sir Ben Ainslie who is captaining the British Solent and
Millennials Don’t Drive? Luxury Automakers Beg to Differ
Pundits and auto analysts once pointed their fingers at millennials for the impending death of the automobile. Young adults, according to several studies, were choosing urban life over suburbia and shunning cars for mass transit, bikes and ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft. They even had
All Aboard With Duchess Kate at Sailing Event
Duchess Kate took to the seas this afternoon, beaming from ear to ear with Olympic champion and America's Cup tactician Sir Ben Ainslie aboard the U.K.'s test boat, T1. Kate, 34, took the helm of the AC 45 catamaran, which will compete in the America's Cup event in Portsmouth, England, in July.
John Cena, Derek Hough Take Us Inside Wheelchair Rugby at the Invictus Games
ABC News' Erica Scott reports from ESPN's Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida.
Takata Airbag Recall More Than Doubles in Size
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration today announced a major expansion of the Takata airbag recall , more than doubling the number of airbags already deemed potentially unsafe. An additional 35 to 40 million driver- and passenger-side airbags are being added to a list of 28.8 million
Brothers Wanted in Washington Couple's Slaying May Be Fleeing to Mexico, Officials Say
The manhunt for two brothers who authorities believe killed a married couple from Washington State might be moving south, with authorities now saying there's reason to believe the brothers may be trying to flee to Mexico. A red 2007 Volkswagen EOS Coupe belonging to the suspects -- John and Tony
Missing Washington Couple Were Afraid of Neighbor Suspected in Their Disappearance
Authorities believe the couple suspected to have been murdered were in a property dispute with John Blaine Reed and brother Tony Clyde Reed.