A marijuana-smoking woman was arrested on Saturday in Phoenix after she accidentally drove away with her five-week-old son in a child safety seat on the roof of her vehicle, police said.
The accusation that John Edwards used the services of "Millionaire Madam" Anna Gristina raised eyebrows. Edwards is the first john publicly linked to the alleged prostitution ring run on the Upper East Side.
Sunny Dae is known for her bondage -- and now she'll be restrained for a long, long time.
A nude woman who calmly walked into two New York businesses this week shocked employees and attracted the gaze of more than one startled shopper.
Dwight Worker was thrown into a Mexican prison because of drugs. He got out, however, because of drag.
Sex and Punishment did not start out as a project about sex. My initial, admittedly overambitious, goal was to write a narrative history of the law using colorful cases as examples.
A Texas woman repeatedly stabbed her fiancé after receiving only a card and flowers from Walmart for Mother's Day.
Somebody needs a new wingman. Police in South Carolina arrested Calvin Bernard Hill on Sunday after the 54-year-old allegedly stabbed his friend during a disagreement over which man "can have more sex," according to a Greenwood police report.
Crime is a word we use to speak about one of the more negative aspects of our humanity — an action or omission that is considered to be shameful, wrong, or evil. These are attributes we all tend to want to avoid. For this particular investigation let's consider crime in a very broad way, crime at its most basic, the sorts of shameful or wrong actions or behaviors that might generate comments like, "the way she lied to him is a crime," or, “his behavior was so despicable, it's criminal.”
Apparently owning a smart phone does not boost its user's intelligence. Two men who told police that prostitutes stole their iPhones allegedly started a sex-worker shootout at a California motel on Thursday.
Shortly after a meeting with a fortune teller, a British woman locked her children in their rooms, confiscated their lightbulbs, toys and mattresses and later made two of them work as slaves for Roma people, otherwise known as gypsies, prosecutors said.
He apparently needed assistance -- just not the kind 911 provides.
The conventional wisdom about being a fugitive is that it's best to keep a low profile if you don't want to get caught.
NEW ORLEANS -- The Alabama man accused of committing sexual battery on an unconscious LSU fan after the BCS championship football game is being sued.
PHOENIX — A Phoenix woman has been charged with fraud and theft after authorities say she told people she had cancer and needed treatment so she could get money from them to buy breast implants.
ATLANTA -- A federal appeals court has sided with a racy magazine in a dispute over nude pictures of a model published after she was killed by her professional wrestler husband.
A Galveston County, Texas Constable is accused by a former employee of wildly inappropriate and crude acts including what one publication describes as "forced motorboating." It's part of a sexual harassment lawsuit filed earlier this month against Pam Matranga by former deputy James Gist, the Houston Press reported.