You may already receive our quarterly magazine, All Animals. If you don’t, you’re missing out. The latest issue, landing in the mailboxes of HSUS members now, is our best yet. Chronicling our progress and challenges, All Animals reports on people making a difference for animals. . . .
The death of Eight Belles at last Saturday’s Kentucky Derby has spurred a national debate over horse racing and the safety and welfare of the animals (NPR’s Tom Ashbrook led a discussion of the contrasting perspectives on Wednesday’s "On Point" program, which you can listen . . .
Michael Van Dusen, the Center’s deputy director, introduces me. I had the privilege of speaking this morning at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars—a living memorial to former President Wilson. It is a setting where policy experts, authors, scholars, and others talk about the . . .
Newsweek has an online story about the supposed divide between animal groups over the issue of euthanasia. It’s an overly simplified and somewhat inaccurate story, and it bears some comment. First, The HSUS does not oppose "no kill" sheltering operations as alleged in the article. . . .
It’s Earth Day, and we rightly hear exhortations on recycling, responsible energy use, and lightening our step on the planet. This year’s celebration of Earth Day is dominated by discussions of climate change, and the personal and public policy responses to the crisis. Indeed, the . . .
Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to be cockfighters. That’s the inescapable message sent during a rather remarkable week of enforcement activities throughout the nation against illegal animal fighters. Within the last week, there were at least six major cockfighting busts, including a two-year . . .
The wheels of justice turn slowly, it’s said, but they still do turn. When The HSUS created its Animal Protection Litigation section in 2005 and brought on outstanding lawyers from all over the country to form what is now the nation’s largest animal protection litigation . . .