A new group called Meat and Dairy Eaters Anonymous is launched to help people kick the meat and dairy habit for good.
PETA urges executives and board members to stop supporting cruel treatment of geese on factory farms.
What you need to know before the Belmont Stakes: 942 horses died on U.S. racetracks in 2014.
In the wake of least 20 K9 officers dying in hot patrol cars in the past three years, PETA issues urgent plea to police to install lifesaving heat-alert systems.
We swear: PETA’s complaint about sheep being punched and stomped was spot on.
Watching these two ducklings swim for the first time will leave you quacking with joy.
You’ve never seen anything like this before—and much of it is being paid for by U.S. taxpayers’ dollars!
Japan Airlines joins virtually every major airline in the world in banning these cruel shipments.
As virtual chickens, they saw their chicken selves in a mirror, socialized with other birds, and took dust baths—at least until the day the truck came.
North Carolina joins 19 other states that have defeated “ag-gag” bills.
As government subsidies dry up, most Norwegian sealers are leaving the cruel industry for good.
The atrocities of slavery still exist today. You can help stop them.
The cruelty-free answer is already in bakers’ pantries.
Authorities slam the door shut on animal exploiters.
Shelter pups will be available for adoption at a birthday celebration for PETA’s late honorary director, Sam Simon.