The bad boys of rock proved what good-hearted guys they are when they led fans in a “SeaWorld Kills” scavenger hunt.
The so-called “Great Bull Run” isn’t so great, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department, which denied a permit to event organizers.
As people learn how factory farms hurt animals, meat producers are making improvements―to their labels. If you were misled by the labels, PETA wants to know.
An advanced microchip that uses real human tissues and cells is revolutionizing the drug-development process and could save the lives of countless animals.
Following three years of pressure from PETA, Southwest Airlines has announced that it is ending its 25-year partnership with the notorious marine abusement park SeaWorld.
Michigan joins 21 other states and the District of Columbia in taking an important step to protect animals.
Five grieving “cows”—and other concerned PETA members—went to the American Cheese Society Conference to search for their missing babies.
We know SeaWorld has painted orcas with black zinc oxide to cover sunburn. With an outbreak of dolphin pox, will dolphins be next?
Jennings has found a new home in New York City, where he spends his days snuggling, playing, and admiring the Manhattan skyline.
Pigs kept in deplorable conditions in North Carolina travel up the East Coast to find sanctuary at Poplar Spring.
Can ‘Dumbo’ have a fairy tale ending after all?
Watch PETA’s streaming dog park cam and find out what everyone’s barking about. You can even see dogs swimming!
PETA is presenting Ben’s Chili Bowl—made famous by President Barack Obama’s visits—with a “Best of Reagan” Award for its tasty vegan options.
PETA’s Captive Animal Law Enforcement division has been very busy, tackling Ringling, SeaWorld, and some really awful roadside zoos.
In a victory for marine mammals, a Supreme Court judge in the Bahamas has ordered a “swim-with-dolphins” exhibit to shut down and release its captive dolphins.