It may be the city that never sleeps but New Yorkers seem to be spending a lot of time in the bedroom.
Curtis Franklin made no statement during his sentencing Friday in state Superior Court in Hackensack.
A former northern New Jersey dentist who admitted dispensing a popular painkilling drug in exchange for sexual favors has been sentenced to three years in prison.
New Yorkers on Sunday were weighing in on a recent study in Germany, which concluded that people who have sex more often are more likely to command higher salaries.
College-bound freshmen are just a few weeks away from leaving home and, with that, taking on more responsibilities.
Closing arguments were underway Thursday in the trial of Vincent George Sr. and Vincent George Jr., a case that drew widespread attention after several prostitutes took the witness stand to defend their pimps.
A group of employees are sticking up for their bosses in court, but they’re not your average set of workers.
Peter Cavallaro, mayor of the village of Westbury, has accused the owner of the Avanti cabaret of operating a swingers club inside, something the owner denies.
A substitute teacher in Suffolk County was arrested Tuesday on charges that he had a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old student.
A Long Island middle school principal accused of having sex with a teenager he met online submitted false fingerprints to the state a decade ago, according to the New York State education department.
John Omard, the principal of J.W. Dodd Middle School in Freeport, arranged to meet the 16-year-old boy last September after the pair met online, police said.
A teacher at John F. Kennedy High School in Paterson was arrested on Saturday night, according to the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office.
A new trend in intimacy has local couples holding back in the bedroom. They say that this ‘amazing’ new spin on sex has made their lives better than ever.
On Logo’s brand new show, aptly titled “The Sex Show,” viewers can ask all the pressing questions they have about love, sex and relationships from a panel of experts.
Relationships — whether personal or professional — play an important role in our lives. But some relationships can end up being toxic, and it’s not always easy to end them. Family therapist, Dr. Paul Hokemeyer, visited the Couch to talk with us about what this can mean for you.