With so much talk about botched executions, PETA wants to show people that death row inmates aren’t the only victims.
A video of an elephant named Chuck who stands on two legs and dunks a basketball with his trunk is making the rounds. But what’s the story behind it?
Ringling Bros. circus gets quite a shock when PETA live-tweets a performance in order to help put the spotlight on animal abuse.
Where are they now? We catch up with three PETA rescues.
Atrocities in faraway places can make us feel powerless to do anything about them—but there are still ways to help stop the violence.
Animal experimenters were holding a meeting to figure out what to do about animal activists when they were interrupted by … animal activists.
When a laboratory receives an accreditation that’s considered to be the “gold standard” of animal welfare, what does it really mean for the animals?
From underwater turtle talk to equine sign language, animals have a voice and things to say. But are we listening?
Disturbing images captured by Google’s “street view” car in Chile illustrate the need to spay and neuter. Will Google help end animal homelessness?
Groundbreaking “I, Chicken” lets students see, hear, and feel what it’s like to be a small bird facing trouble.
In our weekly celebrity news round-up, Grimes, Russell Simmons, and Stella McCartney have a challenge for the ALS Foundation.
Two of the more than 400 chinchillas rescued from a California farm are at PETA’s shelter in Norfolk, Virginia, waiting for a new home. Extreme cuteness ahead!
He’s been called “the star attraction.” Six-year-old Blaise Kliebert reportedly wrestles alligators and crocodiles on his family’s reptile farm.
PETA gives Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie a wedding gift unlike any other.
An Indiana roadside zoo owner is caught on tape abusing a tiger cub—and other animals-in-entertainment news.