After PETA files legal complaints alleging violations by thoroughbred trainer Steve Asmussen, horse-racing authorities take action.
Witnesses at a Shrine circus say that loud noises from patrons scared three elephants, who fled the building and damaged vehicles before being captured.
PETA unleashes its herd of inflatable pachyderms on the “Greatest Shame on Earth.”
After protests by PETA and our international affiliates, China Southern Airlines stops shipping monkeys to laboratories.
From declawing tigers to restricting animals’ movement, one of the acts hired by Caesars Entertainment Group has a history of violating the Animal Welfare Act.
“ET Canada” gets a sneak peek while “Bitten” star Laura Vandervoort shoots new orca ad.
A Colorado mom gets the shock of a lifetime when she finds parts of dead chickens in her chicken soup. PETA to the rescue.
From Brussels to Auckland, thousands of people participate in the March for Lions to raise awareness about South Africa’s “fish in a barrel” hunting travesty.
After a roadside zoo operator posts disturbing photos of three dead birds on Facebook, PETA calls on authorities to investigate.
Sacramento officials mistakenly gave PETA permission to hold a demonstration at the same time and place as Ag Day 2014 and figured we’d reschedule. They clearly don’t know PETA.
After a veterinarian testifies about the extreme suffering of a starving pit bull, the judge throws the book at the neglected dog’s owners.
After a giant fish tank bursts at the T-REX Cafe in Downtown Disney, PETA asks the restaurant to remove its aquariums and stop putting sensitive, intelligent animals on display.
PETA members blast San Diego’s mayor for honoring SeaWorld’s 50 years of hurting animals.
Idaho’s new “ag-gag” law endangers animals, workers, and the First Amendment. So the ACLU, PETA, and numerous other groups are banding together to stop it.
Bears at the Three Bears General Store in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, are pelted with food and living in a cramped, barren pit.