Two California members of Congress spearhead an amendment that could lead to more legal protection for captive orcas.
After months of dodging the question, Revlon is forced to admit the ugly truth about its animal testing policy—in front of its shareholders.
The lobster slaughterhouse investigated by PETA last year has been cited by the Food and Drug Administration for food safety violations.
Another horse thinks, “Enough!” and takes off running in New York City.
Chris P. Carrot leads the PETA brigade in Washington, D.C.’s, Capital Pride Parade.
After an escaped wolf-dog hybrid is found dead, PETA obtains evidence that suggests that the roadside zoo that owned her might have been able to save her life.
One of PETA’s mobile clinics drives halfway across the state to help “fix” animal homelessness.