Even after reports link bacon and other meats to cancer, some meat addicts just can’t quit the habit.
Do we want our leaders supporting a hobby that teaches children to kill?
Chained, fought, and abused: The real story about pit bulls.
For the first time, PETA’s observer talks about her experience working at a pig farm that supplies Whole Foods.
Companies are bombarding the market with pink products for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but the best way to beat cancer is to skip the pink and go green.
While PETA doesn’t condone copycatting, these brainy animals would be great cats to copy this school year.
When animals’ body parts are used for mass production, to be turned into wool coats or leather boots, cruelty will always be part of the process.
Thirteen years of government inaction has left birds wounded, dying, and dead in roadside zoos across the U.S.
Judging by the National Zoo’s recent stage-managed “pandamonium,” its practices need to be examined closely and the hype seen for what it is.
While some factors contributing to the increase in shark activity are beyond our control, there is one thing that we can do to help protect beachgoers: Ban fishing.
From mother cows to human mothers, a mother’s love knows no bounds and deserves to flow undisrupted
When monkeys are viewed as little more than pieces of laboratory equipment, this is what happens.
Your thoughts about marriage equality and racial justice could be linked to your affinity for steaks and sausages
Agricultural programs are cruel to animals—and to the children who must learn to close their eyes to suffering.