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A US District Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to remove all classified ads for prostitution from the Craigslist Web site.
The Internet has spawned a virtual subculture of â€œjohnsâ€ who share information electronically about prostitution, potentially making them harder to catch, according to a new study co-authored by a Michigan State University criminologist.
On Wednesday, California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was asked to crack down on a US website that British authorities claim encourages prostitution by allowing men to receive and provide feedback on prostitutes working in London.
Investigators in Everett, Wash., say baristas in bikinis at an espresso stand provided too much service to paying customers, to the point of breaking the law. Five employees of Grab-n-Go Espresso were charged Wednesday with prostitution and violations of adult entertainment laws, The Everett Herald reported.
Campaign to be launched this week ARLINGTON, Va., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Throughout the month of September, public transit users will receive an important education on the realities of child sex slavery in America.
Prostitution research takes to the streets FORT WORTH, Texas, Aug.
Millions of people peruse Craigslist everyday for everything from clothes to cars, but recently it has gotten a lot of attention for prostitutes using it to sell their services as well.
The father of Season 7 American Idol runner-up David Archuleta has pleaded no contest to charges he patronized a prostitute. The no contest plea stems from James J.
Hooker For Jesus Annie Lobert and Oz Fox of the Christian heavy metal band Stryper have gotten married in Las Vegas in a webcasted ceremony. Lobert, 41, who says she found Jesus after working for 11 years as a highly paid call girl, wore a strapless white gown Friday as she wed Fox, 47, the longtime lead guitarist for Stryper, CNN reported. Lobert founded Hookers for Jesus, which she describes as an international, faith-based organization that addresses the realities of human sex trafficking,...
LAS VEGAS, June 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On June 12, Shared Hope International will launch its End Demand: Kids Are Not for Sale National awareness campaign with a rally and candlelight vigil in Las Vegas.
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