It’s not often you hear about Republican strategists putting their heads together with Democratic senators, but that’s exactly what happened in Arizona today.
Lorillard Tobacco Company, America's third-largest cigarette maker, has agreed to ban testing on animals following discussions with PETA.
NBC told Johnny Weir to dress as flamboyantly as he wants—but to ditch his infamous furs. The network decision is a sign of the times.
After a hunter accidentally shot a photographer, PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk urged him to make this his last innocent victim by hanging up his guns.
Here she is: Coco, the 100,000th animal to be “fixed,” thanks to you and PETA’s mobile clinics.
After having handed out vegan ribs, “cows,” “chickens,” and “pigs” boarded the D.C. Metro to kick off PETA’s new ad campaign asking people to try vegan.
Check out these celebrities who are protesting SeaWorld and what they have to say about the abusement park.