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PETA Slams Ringling in Time Capsule Proposal

PETA Slams Ringling in Time Capsule Proposal

Posted on October 17, 2014 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

It’s time for the clock to stop on Ringling’s abuse of elephants.

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Brains in a Dish: No, This Isn’t a Scene From ‘The Walking Dead’ iStock.com/Antagain

Brains in a Dish: No, This Isn’t a Scene From ‘The Walking Dead’

Posted on October 17, 2014 | Written by Alisa Mullins

A huge breakthrough for Alzheimer’s research: Scientists have created what they call “Alzheimer’s in a Dish.”

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‘True Blood’ Vampire Sinks Her Teeth Into the USDA Over Nosey © StarMaxInc.com

‘True Blood’ Vampire Sinks Her Teeth Into the USDA Over Nosey

Posted on October 17, 2014 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

In our weekly celeb news roundup, a “vampire” sinks her teeth into the USDA, stars help homeless dogs find homes for the holidays, and three celebs go vegan.

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UPDATE: Husband of Spanish Nurse With Ebola Writes Letter to His Dead Dog

Posted on October 17, 2014 | Written by Alisa Mullins

Man urges Excalibur to help nurse ‘go on fighting.’

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PETA Honors Misty Upham’s Legacy

PETA Honors Misty Upham’s Legacy

Posted on October 17, 2014 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

Acclaimed actor and animal advocate Misty Upham is gone too soon.

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Barks, Brews, and Snips: Oktoberfest, PETA Style

Barks, Brews, and Snips: Oktoberfest, PETA Style

Posted on October 17, 2014 | Written by Alisa Mullins

Free beer and $10 spay/neuter surgeries—to quote a classic beer commercial, “It doesn’t get any better than this.”

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No Coffee-Fetching Involved: A PETA Intern’s Day Helping Chained Dogs

No Coffee-Fetching Involved: A PETA Intern’s Day Helping Chained Dogs

Posted on October 17, 2014 | Written by PETA

A PETA intern shares her firsthand account of working with PETA’s fieldworkers to help chained and neglected dogs (and one lucky cat) in rural North Carolina.

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UPDATE: French Connection Bans Angora © iStock.com/maten

UPDATE: French Connection Bans Angora

Posted on October 16, 2014 | Written by Alisa Mullins

After being flooded with e-mails from PETA supporters, U.K.-based retailer French Connection agrees to stop selling all products made with angora wool.

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Kathy Najimy Honored at Sublime Restaurant for Helping Animals

Kathy Najimy Honored at Sublime Restaurant for Helping Animals

Posted on October 15, 2014 | Written by Michelle Kretzer

Kathy Najimy has been helping PETA stop cruelty to animals for more than a decade. So we decided it was time for us to repay some of her kindness.

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UPDATE: Supreme Court Upholds California Foie Gras Ban

UPDATE: Supreme Court Upholds California Foie Gras Ban

Posted on October 15, 2014 | Written by Alisa Mullins

The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a legal challenge to California’s groundbreaking ban on the production and sale of foie gras.

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Why Are Frogs Leaping For Joy in Lima? ©iStock.com/Martin Valigursky

Why Are Frogs Leaping For Joy in Lima?

Posted on October 14, 2014 | Written by PETA

A top university in Peru ends frog dissections, thanks to donated humane educational tools from PETA.

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India Closes Loophole in Cosmetics-Testing Ban

India Closes Loophole in Cosmetics-Testing Ban

Posted on October 14, 2014 | Written by PETA

The Indian government has strengthened its historic ban on animal testing for cosmetics by also banning the importation of cosmetics tested on animals.

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Guess Who Just Flew the Coop on SeaWorld?

Posted on October 13, 2014 | Written by Heather Moore

Virgin America airline removed SeaWorld from its points-based reward store after learning from PETA that marine mammals suffer in captivity.

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Here Comes the Bride … and Groom … and 70 PETA Volunteers

Here Comes the Bride … and Groom … and 70 PETA Volunteers

Posted on October 13, 2014 | Written by Alisa Mullins

When two PETA volunteers decided to get hitched, there was only one venue that would do for their “I do’s.”

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UPDATE: USDA ‘Indifferent’ to Nosey’s Suffering

UPDATE: USDA ‘Indifferent’ to Nosey’s Suffering

Posted on October 13, 2014 | Written by Jennifer O'Connor

An ailing elephant, agitated alligators, and other animals get an assist from the PETA Foundation.

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