Dogs deplore us, and they despise their lives as our slaves.
Stars, they're just like us: When they bring dogs into Australia without filling out the proper paperwork, they have to appear on camera to apologize to the country.
It's time to shed the winter's bad vibes in the same way we're beginning to shed itchy, acrylic clothing.
Canine couple Yorna and Schmulie believe two generations of kids doing the same type of drugs can only lead to "social incest," so they hang out with some youths in order to break the chain and grease up the engine of the mind.
The FBI trained some dogs to sniff out explosives on a school bus, then forgot to take them out.
"I would be the first to cut my dog's vocal cords, but the government had to go and invent 'animal rights.'"
Just pick a really famous dog who's recently competed in Britain's annual Crufts dog show. Hey, it worked last year.
A lot of the time, the dogs go to a jail of their own.
We rode along with PETA in rural North Carolina as the organization attempted to help dogs subjected to such inhumane treatment as chaining, neglect, and malnourishment.
The avant-garde artist's frigid outdoor performance drew a mass of bundled-up New Yorkers and their butt-sniffing companions.
Restaurant 999 specializes in three canine classics: Coconut dog curry, dog meat sour soup with red ants, and flame-grilled dog.
Tabloids love lurid pit bull attack stories, but are they blowing the threat out of proportion?
Unlike social anxiety-inducing human Halloween parties, Pugoween is all about not giving a fuck.
Irina Rozovsky captures the disconcerting beauty of a nation that no longer exists.
When Iranian pro basketball player Behdad Sami busted his shin in 2011, he chased another unlikely dream: to release his own video game.
We spoke to five suicide attempt survivors about the awesome lives they went on to live.
We don't need another hero—we need protagonists who can explore gaming's increasingly sophisticated worlds in more nuanced ways.
One man's good deed turned into second-degree kidnapping.
Alex Sturrock photographed Dave, who lives with a non-traditional assortment of pets in Wood Green, North London.
The world's most beautiful pooches have a weight problem.
The weird, sad story of a crime on the rise.
In this new comic by Julian Glander from his much lauded series PLEASE LOOK AT ME, a dog checks out some YouTube tutorials while the owner is away.
There's obviously some potential for abuse, but the idea is to provide the same protection to pets that the Volunteer State gave children stuck in hot cars last year.
Riley's lavish first birthday party in 2010 is everything wrong with America.