Mass Killings of ‘Extraneous’ Animals in Labs Prompt Appeal to HHS Inspector General

This morning, PETA is calling on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General (OIG) to investigate more than 60 universities funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for their apparent failure to abide by federal mandates to reduce and replace the use of animals in experiments. In its letter,… Read more »

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Triple Crown season began with the racing industry under a cloud over horse deaths, trainer indictments

For decades, some trainers have used the absence of clear national medication standards to push horses to their limit with the use of drugs that can be harmful and even deadly for the animals. Photo by FatCamera/iStock.com

The coronavirus pandemic is not the only problem plaguing the horse racing industry as it prepares for the first of the Triple Crown races at Belmont Stakes this Saturday with altered schedules, shorter race times and a TV-only audience. This past year has placed the . . . 

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HBO Under Fire for Exploiting Monkey in Mark Ruffalo Miniseries

After a monkey was exploited in two episodes of HBO’s I Know This Much Is True—following the network’s recent use of elephants in Westworld, a bear in Silicon Valley, a tiger in Vice Principals, and a lion in The Leftovers—PETA fired off a letter once again calling on the company’s executives to enact a policy… Read more »

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Animal Care Expo takes place online this year; Event to feature more than 30 sessions

As this is our 29th annual Expo, we are offering animal welfare professionals and others the opportunity to participate at a registration fee of just $29 through July 7. Photo by Kevin Wolf/AP Images for the HSUS

Animal Care Expo, our marquee training and exhibition event for animal welfare professionals, has moved online this year because of the coronavirus crisis. From the comfort and safety of their homes, participants can enjoy an interactive virtual conference experience during a three-day event packed with . . . 

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