The state's pork industry hasn't given up yet.
Ag-gag laws effectively criminalized undercover investigations for three decades, but now, the courts are turning the tide in favor of animal rights activists.
While legislation that restricts agriculture can be a tough sell, appeals to animals' poor living conditions have had success with voters.
The lawsuit alleges that the DOI's decision to allow Americans to bring their hunting trophies back home violates the Endangered Species Act.
The U.S. government classifies all chimpanzees as endangered, after decades of stalling.
A series of lawsuits attempting to establish legal personhood for chimpanzees has been unleashed in New York. While its backers cite precedents like slavery and gay rights in their pleadings, perhaps an example from the boardroom is in order.
There are plenty of awful factory farms in the U.S. living up to the expression that "meat is murder." So why did a small college going the extra mile to be humane and sustainable face an orchestrated avalanche of wrath when it planned to slaughter two of its admittedly iconic oxen?