Like countless animal lovers, I have always considered myself as someone who deeply cares for animals. As a kid, my pet dogs,...
Meat companies’ evasive language about what is happening to animals during the COVID-19 crisis is part of a larger pattern that suppresses open debate about the ethical costs of food production in the U.S.
In certain cases, preemption—when a higher level of government limits the authority of a lower level to enact new policies—can devastate public health.
Congress is considering an allocation for the mass killing of farmed animals.
Farm animals have less legal protection than other confined animals, such as those living in laboratories or zoos.
An alarming 75 percent of new or emerging diseases start in animals.
America’s farmworkers deserve better.
The eco-footprint of the wine industry is significant, and some wineries are taking steps to reduce their impact.
Sharks are killed 30 percent faster than they can reproduce, including for the inhumane fin trade.