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Nov 16, 2022

By fighting the Navy on its use of sheep in decompression illness testing, a young animal rights activist has found her calling. Emil Guillermo talks to Shriya Swaminathan, PETA Science Policy Advisor for International Lab Methods about the Navy's cruel decompression sickness testing on sheep. For Swaminathan,...


Oct 26, 2022

Plainville Farms in Pennsylvania touted itself as a place that raised "certified humane" turkeys. But a PETA investigator got the truth on video tape: Workers kicking, choking, strangling turkeys. Workers simulating sexual acts with the birds. All in all, the video was enough to get Pennsylvania State Police to...


Oct 19, 2022

Dr. Margaret Livingstone at Harvard Medical has continued with experiments on monkeys long thought to have been ended. They include maternal deprivation experiments where baby monkeys are taken from their mothers, have their eyes sewn- shut, then observed for abnormalities.

Science or torture?

PETA neuroscientist...


Aug 3, 2022

The real story behind the freeing of 4,000 beagles from animal testing supplier Envigo. All it took was one PETA undercover investigator to provide the evidence that allowed for the dogs to be set free. Dan Paden, PETA VP of Evidence Analysis talks to Emil Guillermo about how the case evolved from the state to the...


Jun 29, 2022

Tonka had been a movie star chimpanzee, appearing in films like "Buddy" with Alan Cumming. But since 2016, Tonka's life has taken on a real-life drama in court that included a fake death, lies, and some deft legal investigation.

PETA general counsel Jared Goodman talks to Emil Guillermo about Tonka's nearly six-year...