New York City mayoral race frontrunner Christine Quinn was bombarded Wednesday with questions about the so-called second coming of Anthony Weiner.
An assistant principal at a Suffolk County high school accused of sending racy text messages to students and faculty faced a judge on Long Island.
An assistant principal at a Suffolk County high school was arrested Monday, after he allegedly sent smutty text messages to teachers and even students.
A sexting scandal at a New Jersey high school has officials warning students that they could face criminal charges.
A Lindenhurst, Long Island man has been charged with multiple counts after he allegedly ‘sexted’ a teenage girl.
The numbers are terrifying. A new study finds that 28 percent of high-school students are sexting, sending nude pictures of themselves via their cell phones.
The bill gives first-time offenders the chance to complete an education program.
New Jersey teenagers caught texting or posting sexually explicit photos online could avoid prosecution under a measure approved by a state Senate panel Monday.
“I will be looking for other ways to contribute my talents, to make sure that we live up to that most New York and American of ideals,” the seven-term congressman said.
Weiner apologized and announced his decision Thursday at a news conference in Brooklyn.
Jenn Sterger wants the world to know exactly who’s to blame for leaking last year’s alleged up close and personal pics of Brett Favre. The former Jets hostess pointed her finger Friday morning directly at A.J. Daulerio and Deadspin.com.
The mayor’s answer came in response to a question posed by a reporter Thursday. Bloomberg added that it was “time to get back to work and focus on what’s really important to the country.”
A sexting incident at a New Jersey middle school has police warning students who may have inappropriate pictures of a 13-year-old girl.
A 13-year-old girl sent the photographs to two teen boys, who sent them to a few friends, who sent them to more friends, and so on. Police say students must delete the photo by Thursday morning or else.
Teenagers who engaging in sexting would be able to avoid prosecution as sex offenders under a bill approved unanimously Monday by the New Jersey Assembly.