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DxE's dumb stunts threaten to overshadow their investigatory work.
"Every house that's built is one more acre taken away from (mountain lions') habitat. Where are they going to go?" asks Woodside Mayor Dick Brown.
One step closer to solving the organ shortage crisis?
Thanks to technological progress, cars are much safer than one-horse open sleighs.
If police dogs assault innocent people at their handlers’ direction, it’s usually treated as the victim’s fault.
The drug bust blurs the line between military operations and civilian law enforcement.
The upsides and the possible downsides of transmissible vaccines .
Michigan Farmer Rescued Injured Animals Without the Proper Permits. State Officials Have Charged Her With a Misdemeanor and Euthanized the Animals.
State officials euthanized six of Julie Hall's animals, including Sassy, a blind raccoon, and Po, a one-legged crow.
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The euthanasia campaign may be necessary to prevent the spread of the Newcastle disease, but bird owners say that it's being carried out in a cruel manner.
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health reportedly damaged monkeys' brains with acid before showing them pictures of fruit.
As California moves to ban the sale of alligator products, alligator farmers and fashionistas are joining forces.
Where does Congress get the authority to redundantly criminalize abuse of mammals, birds, amphibians, and reptiles?
Larry Johnson's pet pigs have run afoul of Minneapolis' ban on city swine.
There’s no need to pit property owners against imperiled species.
But Nancy Segula will still need to rein in her "compassion for cats."
"I'm an animal lover, and I feel guilty that they're wandering around out there and they have nothing to eat."
Attorney Mike Chase, behind the popular @CrimeADay Twitter feed, talks about his new book, How to Become a Federal Criminal.
Mike Chase, the man behind the popular @CrimeADay Twitter feed, on his new book, How to Become a Federal Criminal
A wild-animal preservation program has become a scheme for corralling captive beasts that bother cattle ranchers.
Such predictions were wrong half a century ago, and this one is likely mistaken too.
It's fair to take the cops' account with a grain of salt.
Common sense wins out...sort of.
The Agricultural Research Service announced that it would no longer be using cats for research purposes.
The 12-year-old cat couldn't live out the rest of her days in peace.
It's now legal to own one of the spiky creatures.
It would have been better to let the sport fail on its own.
No good deed goes unpunished.
Note: Undocumented immigrants are not wild animals.
The punishment would certainly not fit the crime.
The Government Says Falconers Have to Give up Their Privacy and Free Speech Rights in Order to Own Birds. Now the Falconers Are Suing.
"I'm treated no differently from a common felon on parole."
But she never should have faced criminal charges in the first place.
Tammie Hedges is facing upward of a dozen charges related to the medical care she freely provided to the animals.
Thousands of cats have been killed over 50 years of experiments. Why is the USDA denying feline fatality FOIA requests?
"The days of strolling into the zoo unwatched will eventually come to an end."
Two pieces of legislation from Virginia lawmakers target animal research.
Trump Didn't Demand to Watch the Gorilla Channel, but He Did Fast-Forward Through the Exposition in Bloodsport
Sorting out truth from gossip and rumor in Michael Wolff's new book.
Two states attempt to dictate how farmers outside their boundaries treat their animals.