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Sea World celebrates 50 years amid animal care concerns

by Marketplace Contributor Mar 20, 2014
Despite “Blackfish,” SeaWorld generated more than $1 billion last year
A lot to give

Giving to the environment and animals

by John Ketchum Dec 8, 2013
The number of environmental charity groups has been steadily growing over the past decade.

Faux fur: The only fur in West Hollywood

by Adriene Hill Sep 23, 2013
West Hollywood instituted a first-in-the-nation ban on fur sales. Are stores unhappy?
By The Numbers

NIH chimps program retired

by David Weinberg Jun 27, 2013
The National Institutes of Health just announced that it's going to drastically reduce the number of chimpanzees it keeps in captivity for medical research.

Could California's humane chicken law hatch a national trend? (Map)

by David Weinberg Jun 13, 2013
A battle is brewing over a California law that requires laying-hens to be given more space in the coop. Other egg-producing states want to override the law’s requirement.

Iowa's 'ag gag' sponsor defends bill

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 1, 2012
Iowa's state legislature passed a bill that would crack down on anyone trying to secretly document animal conditions at farming facilities. Animal rights activists are outraged, but the bill's sponsor says it's a necessary measure to protect private property.