Agricultural programs are cruel to animals—and to the children who must learn to close their eyes to suffering.
As California enters its fourth consecutive year of drought, why is the Golden State sending water to China?
This Mother’s Day, show your mom—and all moms—some love.
Today, when we view the world around us, who emits the silent sigh? Who is crying out for mercy? Too many.
Make Earth Day your ‘birth’ day: go vegan.
What does it feel like to work in a laboratory?
“The deliberate and routine abuse of innocent, sentient animals involving harm, pain, suffering, stressful confinement, manipulation, trade, and death should be unthinkable.”
For several days earlier this month, I lived with an alarmingly large cockroach inside my utility room.
Why does Ringling need three years to do what it should do immediately?
Funny to the last, Sam was a fabulous friend to all living beings, from children in Nepal to veterans in America to animals the world over.
While most of us consider cute, scampering rabbits to be one of the quintessential signs of spring, it can be a tough time for many of them.
Stop glorifying “no-kill” policies until there is no longer a need to euthanize. No animal should have to suffer and die in pain because of wishful thinking.
Teachers shouldn’t portray the Iditarod as anything other than the deadly event that it is.
A PETA mom asks the obvious question: Why are we teaching kids to kill?