Undercover investigators uncover cruel conditions at factory farms every year. But the agricultural industry is fighting back. Jeremiah Scanlan investigates what is happening in Iowa in the battle over what the public has a right to know about the food
When livestock owners complain of predation, the U.S. government traps America’s recovering gray wolves, poisons them, and shoots them from helicopters. Ben Rankins’s powerful reporting on The [F]law. examines how state and federal officials have revived wolf extermination in America
Chickens raised for food are an important part of most Americans’ daily lives—in the United States alone, over 9 billion chickens are slaughtered every year. Yet the chicken industry causes immense suffering to both the animals and humans involved.
The testing of cosmetics, chemicals, and medicine on non-human animals is conventionally justified as scientific advancement without regard to the suffering of these animals. This paper examines how corporate legal theories have contributed to the prevalence of this practice and