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‘The New Yorker’ Puts  Carriage Issue on Cover

‘The New Yorker’ Puts Carriage Issue on Cover

This week’s edition of “The New Yorker” takes on the carriage issue with cover art by a pro-horse cartoonist.

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When Foreplay Gets Awkward

When Foreplay Gets Awkward

Have you been with THIS guy?

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Shunned Scouts Can Earn PETA’s Merit Badge

Shunned Scouts Can Earn PETA’s Merit Badge

After the Boy Scouts of America blacklisted one troop for having a gay leader, PETA is offering the Scouts a chance to earn our “PETA Pride” merit badge.

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Electric Cars Aren’t Enough—Try Vegan for Earth Day

Electric Cars Aren’t Enough—Try Vegan for Earth Day

With Earth Day here, people are thinking about what they can do to combat climate change and help the environment. But the usual activities aren’t enough.

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How Billy Bob Thornton Saves More Than 100 Animals Every Year © StarMaxInc.com

How Billy Bob Thornton Saves More Than 100 Animals Every Year

Without looking for praise, Billy Bob Thornton quietly started saving animals.

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Owner of Preakness Track Implements Reform Program

Owner of Preakness Track Implements Reform Program

Following a meeting with PETA, the owner of Pimlico Race Course and other tracks announces that it’s implementing strict new reforms at all its tracks.

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Carson & Barnes Circus Lets Sick Llama Suffer

Adding to its already appalling record, Carson & Barnes Circus gets cited by the feds yet again.

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