Two turkeys’ fates hung in the balance after an Oxford radio station asked listeners to vote on whether to “keep it” or “cook it.”
After the billboard heard ’round the world, the British are coming to America again.
A puppy who was confined for weeks to a 2-foot-by-2-foot box is adopted by a Washington, D.C., couple.
Spy drones get footage of massive factory farm cesspools.
PETA has just named its 2014 Product of the Year: a tasty new faux-fish fillet made by Gardein!
President Barack Obama says, “U.S. and Cuba will resume relations.” PETA says, “Great, but this time, let’s make it last!”
Vegan footwear and accessories retailer MooShoes takes the #WoolFreeWinter pledge—in a big way.
Today, a PETA protester and the marine mammals she sought to defend got a measure of justice.
The Norwegian Animal Research Authority has, for the first time, rejected an application by the Norwegian Armed Forces to injure and kill animals in archaic trauma training exercises.
PETA is proud to announce that biotech startup Emulate is our 2014 Company of the Year.
Ariana Grande, Jessica Chastain, and Cory Booker are getting a holiday gift that likely no one else in the world will have: original chicken artwork
PETA gets some D.C. landmarks ready for winter in warm, animal-friendly style.
Millions of animals are being hurt and killed in laboratories, and tens of thousands won’t get so much as an aspirin for their pain.
PETA takes the government to task for the taxpayer-funded torture of baby monkeys.