Bob Barker joined HuffPost Live on Nov. 7 to discuss how he defines success, his fulfilling life and promoting animal welfare
Pat Sajak is always on top of his game. The Emmy award-winning Wheel of Fortune game show host knows how to please an audience (sporting those boyish good looks and charming his audience with his quick wit and effervescent smile). And he's never met a contestant he didn't like. Okay, only two in 31 years. That fact alone may just keep him from being perfect.
How did you become such an advocate for animal rights? I am one of millions of people who was just born with a deep love
Barker, 89, footed the nearly $1 million bill to bring the elephants on the 50-hour truck journey from Canada’s Toronto Zoo
For more information and how to help, go to PETA's website here. "[There is also evidence of] an employee who called Native
Drew Carey feels "really bad" that Bob Barker wasn't invited to appear on Tuesday's "The Price Is Right" 40th Anniversary
Until now. "I literally had six cans of Red Bull," Paul said of his younger self. "Obviously." The much-younger Aaron Paul
Ed Stewart, co-founder of the the Performing Animals Welfare Society, called for the United States to join the ranks of countries
RELATED VIDEO: CBS News's 2008 profile of Bob Barker, on his animal advocacy. WASHINGTON -- Former "Price Is Right" host
With this issue at hand, the Obama administration's new website accepting petitions may be able to help. If a petition reaches
Celebrated The Price is Right icon and passionate animal advocate Bob Barker told Toronto on Friday that it's time for the city's zoo elephants to pack up their trunks and journey south.
Last week, I spent a week aboard The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's vessels after they successfully shut down Japanese whaling operations in the southern ocean whale sanctuary -- a victory 7 years in the making.