Animal Rights

Andrea Germanos, staff writer
SeaWorld CEO Joel Manby has for the first time admitted that the company's workers have posed as animal rights activists to spy on critics of the park's treatment of captive marine creatures. Manby made the admission during an investor relations call on Thursday, saying, according to the Orlando Sentinel , that the company's board has "directed...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
"No photographing the chickens!"—at least in North Carolina, where a new Ag-gag bill has criminalized whistleblowing in the animal industry. (Photo: Ivy Dawned/cc/flickr)
North Carolina's controversial ag-gag law is facing a court challenge by a...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
From seabirds to whales to antelopes to starfish, animal die-offs across the...