As activist pressure mounts, will “chicken-swinging” become a thing of the past?
The question is not whether animals should be afforded basic rights but rather, why shouldn’t they?
The Air Force is trying to circumvent the ban on using animals in some trauma training, but one congressmember, a lieutenant colonel, is digging in his heels.
PETA calls on the Oklahoma City Zoo to stop gambling with the lives of young elephants and immediately halt its breeding program.
Statistics don’t tell the whole story. One shelter director explains why she’ll always do the right thing for animals in need.
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After three decades of being one of the most prolific forces for animal rights, Paul McCartney is still finding creative new ways to promote compassion.
He was lucky to escape with his life, but now he faces another obstacle: No one seems to want to take him to a real home.
An adoption odyssey takes two tiny Chihuahuas all the way from rural Virginia to Big Sky Country.
Just like Bilbo Baggins, Martin Freeman has a mission.
PETA spays and neuters more than 120 cats and dogs during three-day marathon.
Producing 1 pound of meat pollutes as much as driving 33 miles in the (not so) ‘clean diesel’ VW Golf, PETA points out.
As a Florida county comes closer to banning the sale of commercially bred animals in pet stores, a former Petland employee’s story reminds us how this ban could save …
September 25 is “National Lobster Day,” a time to celebrate the clever crustaceans, not eat them.
PETA’s donation of $1 million in high-tech simulators will modernize physician-training programs and spare the lives of thousands of animals.