SAA selects Millar's book "A Matter of Facts" for One Book, One Profession 2020/2021

CHICAGO, Oct. 22 -- The Publications Board of Society of American Archivists (SAA) has selected for its 2020/2021 One Book, One Profession reading initiative " A Matter of Facts: The Value of Evidence... Read More

The Nature Conservancy and Partners to Buy 5 Million Surplus Oysters from Shellfish Farmers Affected by COVID-19 Crisis

Washington, Oct. 21 -- The Nature Conservancy today announced it will help struggling oyster farmers impacted by COVID-19 and the economic downturn by purchasing 5 million surplus oysters and using th... Read More

Feds Cite Belcampo Butchery for Lambs Agonizing Death

Yreka, Oct. 20 -- A damning federal report of cruelty to animals documented at Belcampo Butchery has prompted PETA to issue a consumer advisory: Recently distributed packages of Belcampo lamb may incl... Read More

Rescued Mini Horse Runs for the First Time!

Norfolk, Oct. 19 -- A concerned neighbor first called PETA about Bea, a mini horse who was living all alone in a sewage-filled field in North Carolina and whose hooves were so overgrown that they curl... Read More

Master the Reference Interview

Washington, Oct. 18 -- This comprehensive six-week course will focus on methods of evaluating reference service, behavioral aspects of reference service, and the different types of questions that can ... Read More

Just Now: PETA Protesters Arrested Running Onto Davis Wade Stadium Field Over Dog Experiments

Starkville, Oct. 17 -- Moments after Texas A&M University (TAMU) scored its first touchdown against Mississippi State at Davis Wade Stadium today, two PETA supporters wearing shirts and brandishing si... Read More

Sierra Club Statement on Rollback of Protections Against Coal Ash

WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 -- Today, former coal lobbyist and EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler finalized another rollback of clean water protections, which will allow utilities to keep dumping enormous quant... Read More

The Nature Conservancy Appoints Three New Members to its Global Board of Directors

Arlington, Oct. 15 -- The Nature Conservancy announced the recent appointments of John Bernstein, Michelle DePass, and Edwin Macharia as members of its global Board of Directors. They were elected to ... Read More

COVID-19 pandemic worsens existing consumer problems with car buying

WASHINGTON, Oct. 14 -- Consumer complaints to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) regarding vehicle loans and leases have increased sharply during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a ... Read More

PETA to Shut Down Boston ExxonMobil Gas Station for Cruelty to Dogs

Boston, Oct. 13 -- Because ExxonMobil continues to pump money into the deadly Iditarod dog race even as other sponsors have pulled out, PETA supporters armed with yellow caution tape and "blood"-fille... Read More