The new series 7 Deadly Sins featured the Heart Attack Grill and prompted PETA to place an ad to remind people that eating meat stops a beating heart.
In our weekly celebrity news roundup, Carrie Underwood makes a daring rescue, NASCAR sticks up for elephants, and … did Cher just go vegetarian?
A judge rules that PETA and the ALDF’s lawsuit contesting Utah’s “ag-gag” law can move forward.
Our artsy new ad reminds Windy City residents that every scoop of dairy-based ice cream contains screams of pain.
The fate of the iconic giant catsup bottle in Collinsville, Illinois, is literally and figuratively up in the air. PETA wants to help.
Following reports that a N.M. man killed and marinated his then-girlfriend’s dog for dinner, PETA plans to erect a billboard questioning eating any animal.
As people learn how factory farms hurt animals, meat producers are making improvements―to their labels. If you were misled by the labels, PETA wants to know.
Ask IKEA to offer vegan meatballs!
Five grieving “cows”—and other concerned PETA members—went to the American Cheese Society Conference to search for their missing babies.
PETA is presenting Ben’s Chili Bowl—made famous by President Barack Obama’s visits—with a “Best of Reagan” Award for its tasty vegan options.
PETA’s Captive Animal Law Enforcement division has been very busy, tackling Ringling, SeaWorld, and some really awful roadside zoos.
It doesn’t need to be Easter to enjoy a cruelty-free take on deviled eggs. This recipe uses a surprising ingredient that’s probably already in your kitchen.
Most men keep up with the times. We’ve evolved. So why would we want to eat like cavemen?
A group of compassionate servers band together to save neglected lobsters.