February 28, 2012
HSUS President and CEO Wayne Pacelle discusses recent developments in the fight to stop the selling of pets for harmful research.
February 2, 2012
HSUS President and CEO Wayne Pacelle discusses a CareerBuilder ad featuring chimpanzees that will air during this year's Super Bowl.
February 1, 2012
Conservation and Animal Welfare Groups Submit Comments Urging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Increase Protections for Chimpanzees
The Humane Society of the United States and other animal protection organizations submitted public comments applauding the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for reviewing the status of the chimpanzee under the Endangered Species Act and urging the agency to act swiftly to protect all chimpanzees, captive and wild, by designating them all as endangered.
January 20, 2012
Following a highly publicized battle, Puerto Rico’s Supreme Court has ruled that Bioculture’s monkey breeding facility in Guayamna was constructed illegally and cannot operate.
January 12, 2012
President Barack Obama is moving decidedly in the wrong direction on animal welfare issues, earning a grade of “C-minus” for 2011 according to a Report Card produced by The HSUS.
January 6, 2012
By 2050, wrote HSI's Dr. Andrew Rowan in an article in The Scientist, we might finally see the last of animal use in the laboratory.
December 29, 2011
What do Botox, the Endangered Species Act, and biomedical research have in common? Find out about The HSUS's work to protect animals in laboratories in 2011.
December 23, 2011
HSUS President and CEO Wayne Pacelle discusses The HSUS' top 10 victories in 2011.
December 22, 2011
Shareholder Proposal Urges Idenix Pharmaceuticals to End the Use of Chimpanzees in Invasive Experiments
The Humane Society of the United States submitted a shareholder resolution asking Idenix Pharmaceuticals to publicly commit to phasing out its use of chimpanzees in invasive research by Dec. 15, 2012.
December 15, 2011
HSUS President and CEO Wayne Pacelle discusses a landmark Institute of Medicine report confirming that the current use of chimpanzees for invasive biomedical research is “largely unnecessary.”