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Gillian Anderson and Pink Want the Council to Vote for de Blasio Horse Carriage Plan

X-Files star Gillian Anderson and pop singer Pink have finally announced a collaboration—convincing the Council to vote in support of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to corral the city’s horse carriages inside Central Park, in a campaign set to launch tomorrow. 486 more words

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PETA Offers Reward After Shark Put In Condo Pool

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is offering a reward of $5,000 for information that leads to the arrest of the people who put a live shark in a Florida condo swimming pool. 138 more words


Vegan Butcher Shop Sees Big Opening Weekend

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There were lines out the block this weekend for a first-of-its-kind business that has gotten media coverage around the world.

The Herbivorous Butcher in northeast Minneapolis… 88 more words


ஜல்லிக்கட்டு தடைக்கு காரணமான 'PETA' பற்றிய அதிர்ச்சி உண்மைகளும், அபாய தகவல்களும்!

ஜல்லிக்கட்டு தடைக்கு காரணமான PETA பற்றிய அதிர்ச்சி உண்மைகளும், அபாய தகவல்களும்!

ஜல்லிக்கட்டு தடைக்கு காரணமான PETA பற்றிய அதிர்ச்சி உண்மைகளும், அபாய தகவல்களும்!

தமிழர்களின் பாரம்பரிய விளையாட்டான ஜல்லிக்கட்டுக்கு உச்சநீதி மன் றம் இடைக் காலத்தடை விதித்திருக்கும் இந்த வேளையில், 10 more words

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PETA Donating Used Furs To Homeless In Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — Some homeless people on the South Side are getting something to keep them warm later in the week, and it’s coming from a most unlikely source. 173 more words


Ringling circus elephants to retire in May

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is ending its elephant acts a year and a half early, and will retire all of its touring elephants in May. 723 more words


Selfie-taking monkey denied copyright claim over photo

SAN FRANCISCO – A macaque monkey who took now-famous selfie photographs cannot be declared the copyright owner of the photos, a U.S. judge said.

U.S. District Judge William Orrick said in federal court in San Francisco on Wednesday that “while Congress and the president can extend the protection of law to animals as well as humans, there is no indication that they did so in the Copyright Act.” 271 more words