PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk explains why 2014 was a great year for animals.
SeaWorld’s downward spiral saw no end in 2014, and celebrities continued to tweet about it. Check out some of our favorites!
Holiday shoppers get some last-minute advice about what to leave off their gift lists.
PETA hopes the Pope will celebrate a cruelty-free Christmas.
2014 was quite the year for animals, and here’s just a snippet of what PETA and its international affiliates accomplished.
Our investigations were often hard to watch, but we know that when people are shocked by what they see, they’ll be motivated to act. And they did.
PETA caps New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s first year in office by bestowing on him our biggest honor.
President Barack Obama says, “U.S. and Cuba will resume relations.” PETA says, “Great, but this time, let’s make it last!”
Vegan footwear and accessories retailer MooShoes takes the #WoolFreeWinter pledge—in a big way.
Today, a PETA protester and the marine mammals she sought to defend got a measure of justice.
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
PETA gets some D.C. landmarks ready for winter in warm, animal-friendly style.
A Newport News, Virginia, council member challenges supporters of an anti-chaining ordinance not to forget about humans in need, so PETA steps up to the plate.
A deeply disturbing PETA Asia undercover investigation reveals that dogs are bludgeoned and killed so that their skin can be turned into leather accessories.