PETA caps New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s first year in office by bestowing on him our biggest honor.
Ariana Grande, Jessica Chastain, and Cory Booker are getting a holiday gift that likely no one else in the world will have: original chicken artwork
Pro skater Ryan Sheckler strips down and shows off his big heart for animals for peta2’s “Ink, Not Mink” campaign.
Tim Gunn, Russell Simmons, Edie Falco, and Anjelica Huston target New York City Council members who are undecided on the bill.
After an exposé reveals injured birds writhing in agony and caked in vomit, super-hot British chef Heston Blumenthal dumps his foie gras supplier.
Several of PETA’s celebrity supporters are in the running for Golden Globes. No matter what happens at the awards show, these stars are winners in PETA’s eyes.
San Diego Chargers’ Brandon Flowers chooses “ink, not mink” in an exclusive interview and ad for PETA.
Concertgoers craving sausages at Morrissey’s recent London show were out of luck.
You already know that rescued dogs make the best friends—now everyone who tunes in to FOX on Thanksgiving night will know it, too.
Thanksgiving shoppers who visited Salt Lake City’s Harmons Grocery weren’t expecting to get shopping advice from rocker Chrissie Hynde.
Wu-Tang’s RZA chooses to leave animals off his plate, knowing that going vegan makes for “a better tomorrow.”
In a blog posted on her website, The Kind Life, Alicia Silverstone urges her fans to join her in making this a #WoolFreeWinter.
In a new mini-documentary from the producers of “Blackfish,” Pamela Anderson opens up about how her past abuse has made her a determined animal advocate today.
Vocalist Tim McIlrath chooses to perform. Animals in captivity aren’t so lucky.
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