Authorities in Muslim-majority Malaysia have banned a planned concert by U.S. pop singer Ke$ha after deciding it would hurt cultural and religious sensitivities.
Concert organizer Livescape said it received a letter about the decision on the eve of the show that was to be held Saturday at a…
A woman who was killed near the top of Redington Pass was strangled while having sex with two men, according to court documents.
During a time of crisis even the porn industry turns to Superman. The same week in June that Warner Bros. released the Superman blockbuster "Man of Steel," Vivid Entertainment Group put out its own superhero flick, "Man of Steel XXX: A Porn Parody." Parodies, once a cheaply filmed niche segm…
Much of Partridge Family star Shirley Jones' recently released autobiography deals with the late Jack Cassidy, the glossily handsome actor and singer whom she describes in a passage as her first lover and "sexual Svengali," and whose lessons she shares candidly.
That includes — X-rated spo…
Parents are the first teachers. They have strong influence because of the special parent-child bond and the fact that they spend more time with their child than any single teacher.
Court documents show a Flowing Wells High School teacher arrested last week had intercourse with a 16-year-old boy while his parents were in the same home on two occasions.
Former UA football player Johnathan Turner now says the sex he
had with a fellow student last year was consensual, but during his
first, 90-minute meeting with police detectives he repeatedly
denied having sex with her at all.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger typically
attaches a message to bills he signs or vetoes telling lawmakers
why he took the action.
DEAR ABBY: I attended a business-related function with my boss
and some co-workers. I had way too much to drink and ended up
having sex with my boss. (He offered me a ride to my car and took
advantage of me.) If I had been sober, it would never have
"All I ask is the chance to prove that money can't make me
U.S. Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Stephen Breyer
drew laughs from taking a few good-natured jibes at one another,
while raising thought-provoking questions about how to interpret
the Constitution in an evolving society.