Federal court to rule on monkey's rights to its selfie photos
A federal appeals court heard arguments on whether an animal can hold a copyright to photos it took of itself.
Battle over monkey's selfies goes to court
Judges on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco are set to rule on who has the rights to selfies taken in 2011 by an Indonesian monkey.
Melania Trump sends Pamela Anderson thank-you note for Russian faux fur coat
Pamela Anderson has found an anti-fur ally in the White House: First lady Melania Trump . The actress, an outspoken animal rights activist and an honorary director with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ( PETA ), sent Trump in February a faux "eco-fur" coat that she custom-designed with
‘Dancing With the Stars’ 2017: Fun facts about the new celebrity cast
The cast of season 24 of the hit reality TV show "Dancing With the Stars" was announced live on ABC News' "Good Morning America" today. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, figure skater Nancy Kerrigan and actor Mr. T are among the stars who will be battling each other for the coveted mirror ball trophy
Producer of 'A Dog's Purpose' Explains What Happened on Set
Gavin Polone, a producer of "A Dog's Purpose," has spoken out about the now infamous video taken on the film's set that depicted a dog being pushed into turbulent water against its will. Polone, who is also a columnist for The Hollywood Reporter, wrote an essay for the publication condemning the
Leaked Footage From 'A Dog's Purpose' Film Set Leads to Canceled Premiere
The video allegedly shows a dog being forced to take part in a potentially dangerous stunt.
'A Dog's Purpose' LA Premiere Canceled Amid Allegations of Animal Cruelty
Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment have canceled the Los Angeles premiere of "A Dog's Purpose" this weekend amid calls for a boycott by PETA , according to The Hollywood Reporter . The controversy stems from a video that surfaced Wednesday that appears to show a frightened German Shepherd
Ringling Bros. Pushes Back on Animal Rights Groups' Claiming Circus Closing as a Win
The owners of the famed Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus today pushed back against the idea that animal rights protests influenced the company's decision to end its circus performances in May of this year. The family-run Feld Entertainment company that owns the 146-year-old circus billed
Ringling Bros. Circus to Close After 146 Years
The Greatest Show on Earth" has clashed with animal rights groups over its treatment of elephants in recent years and will drop its curtain for the final time May 21.
Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus Call It Quits After Century and a Half of Entertainment
"The greatest show on earth," with those high-flying and larger than life acts, will close for good in May.