• National Rifle Association May 12

    Judge Dismisses NRA Bankruptcy Case in Blow to Gun Group

    A federal judge has dismissed the National Rifle Association’s bankruptcy case

  • Wayne LaPierre Apr 9

    NRA Trial Opens Window on Secretive Leader's Life and Work

    Wayne LaPierre flies exclusively on private jets, he sailed around the Bahamas for “security” and never sends emails or texts in his work running the nation’s most politically influential gun-rights group

  • Wayne LaPierre Apr 8

    NRA Exec Sheltered on Borrowed Yacht After Mass Shootings

    After school shootings that left dozens dead in recent years, National Rifle Association leader Wayne LaPierre said the resulting outrage put him in such danger that he sought shelter aboard a friend’s 108-foot yacht.

  • National Rifle Association Jan 21

    Judge: NY Lawsuit Seeking NRA's Dissolution Can Go Forward

    A New York judge on Thursday denied the National Rifle Association’s bid to throw out a state lawsuit that seeks to put the powerful gun advocacy group out of business. Judge Joel Cohen’s ruling will allow New York Attorney General Letitia James’ lawsuit to move ahead in state court in Manhattan, rather than dismissing it on technical grounds or...

  • National Rifle Association Aug 6, 2020

    NY Attorney General Files Lawsuit to Dissolve NRA for 'Fraud and Abuse'

    New York Attorney General Letitia James announced Thursday that she has filed a lawsuit to dissolve the National Rifle Association, alleging abuse of its non-profit status and violations of tax law.

  • Stay-at-Home Apr 20, 2020

    Conservative Activist Family Behind ‘Grassroots' Anti-Quarantine Facebook Events

    Protests against state stay-at-home orders have attracted a wide range of fringe activists and ardent Trump supporters. They have also attracted a family of political activists that some Republicans lawmakers have called “scam artists.” A family-run network of pro-gun groups is behind five of the largest Facebook groups dedicated to protesting the shelter-in-place restrictions, according to an NBC News analysis…

  • Second Amendment Dec 9, 2019

    Accidental Shootings Raise Questions About Arming Teachers

    As the country looks for ways to deal with mass shootings at schools, some have responded by saying more people should carry guns, including teachers. “The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun,” President Donald Trump told the National Rifle Association convention in April. More states are allowing teachers to…

  • gun control Dec 5, 2019

    Roberts Seems to Hold Key to Case Over New York City Gun Law

    Chief Justice John Roberts appeared Monday to be the key vote in whether the Supreme Court considers expanding gun rights or sidesteps its first case on the issue in nearly 10 years. The court’s dismissal of the case would be a disappointment to gun-rights advocates and a huge relief to gun-control groups. Both sides thought a conservative Supreme Court majority...

  • President Nov 10, 2019

    NRA Turmoil Creates Rift Among Some Big Donors

    Joe Olson was once such a passionate supporter of the National Rifle Association that he pledged to bequeath several million dollars from his estate to the gun organization upon his death. But the steady drip of investigations and misspending allegations and a shakeup at the top ranks of the NRA compelled him to alter his will. The NRA will no...

  • NBC Sep 27, 2019

    Senate Democrats Accuse NRA of Promising Access to U.S. Officials in Exchange for Russian Business

    The results of a congressional probe into the National Rifle Association’s ties to Russia paints a picture of NRA officials providing Russian officials access to American elected officials in exchange for lucrative business opportunities, NBC News reports. The investigation, conducted by Senate Finance Committee Democrats who released a report on their findings Friday, found that top officials at the NRA...

  • California Sep 10, 2019

    National Rifle Association Sues San Francisco Over Terrorist Declaration

    The National Rifle Association has sued San Francisco where city officials recently declared the gun-rights lobby a terrorist organization. The NRA says in its lawsuit that the city is infringing on its free speech rights and is seeking to blacklist anyone associated with it.

  • United States Aug 6, 2019

    As Many Call for Tighter Gun Laws, Texas' Set to Loosen Up

    Ten new pro-gun laws will take effect in Texas in four weeks, less than a month after 22 people died in a mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, NBC News reported. Gov. Greg Abbott signed the measures after they were passed in a 2019 legislative session that the National Rifle Association, called “highly successful” at the time, celebrating...

  • Texas Aug 6, 2019

    Hundreds Hold Vigil at NRA Headquarters for Shooting Victims

    Hundreds of people held vigil outside the National Rifle Association’s headquarters in Virginia for the dozens slain in mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. Gun control groups including March for Our Lives organized Monday’s “Vigil for Remembrance and Change,” which sought to honor the dead and call for stronger gun laws. The back-to-back weekend shootings cost a...

  • CEO Jun 26, 2019

    NRA Splits With PR Firm, Top Lobbyist and NRATV Amid Infighting

    Infighting at the National Rifle Association exploded Wednesday, when the powerful association severed ties with its longtime public relations firm, suspended operations of its fiery online TV station and lost its top lobbyist. The latest turmoil emerged just a year before the critical 2020 presidential elections when the NRA’s ability to influence the outcome could decide the fate of gun...

  • President Jun 20, 2019

    NRA Sues Ex-President Oliver North, Saying He Harmed the NRA

    The National Rifle Association has sued its former president, Oliver North, for what it called “conduct harmful to the NRA” as turmoil that was exposed publicly when North resigned two months ago continued Thursday when the organization also turned against its longtime chief lobbyist. The lawsuit filed Wednesday in New York sought a judge’s declaration that the NRA isn’t required...

  • federal government May 6, 2019

    Cory Booker Proposes National License for All Gun Owners

    Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker is proposing that all gun owners be licensed by the federal government, a process that would include an interview and safety training. National licensing is one of more than a dozen specific proposals in a sweeping gun control agenda the U.S. senator from New Jersey released on Monday. It’s his second policy rollout in three...

  • Donald Trump May 1, 2019

    Fact Check: Trump's Deceptive Arms Trade Treaty Argument

    In announcing that he will withdraw the United States from the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty, President Donald Trump falsely claimed that under the international agreement, the U.S. would “surrender American sovereignty” and allow “foreign bureaucrats to trample on your Second Amendment freedom.” As a matter of fact, the treaty’s preamble clearly states that it reaffirms “the sovereign right of...

  • American Civil Liberties Union Apr 28, 2019

    Oliver North Out as NRA President After Leadership Dispute

    Oliver North announced Saturday that he would not serve a second term as National Rifle Association president, making it clear he had been forced out by the gun lobby’s leadership after his own failed attempt to remove the NRA’s longtime CEO in a burgeoning divide over the group’s finances and media operations. “Please know I hoped to be with you...

  • Donald Trump Apr 26, 2019

    Cell Phone Lands on Stage as Trump Approaches Lectern at NRA Event

    An airborne cellphone landed on the stage as President Donald Trump approached the lectern Friday to address the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting, NBC News reported. In a video of the speech in Indianapolis, the phone can be seen apparently hurtling from the crowd toward the stage. It lands to Trump’s left as he arrives at the lectern and the...

  • Attorney Apr 26, 2019

    Russian Maria Butina Gets 18 Months for Being Kremlin Agent

    In a quivering voice, Maria Butina begged for leniency Friday as she awaited sentencing on charges of being a secret agent for Russia. She cast herself as an innocent caught up in a massive geopolitical power game. But a federal judge sentenced her to 18 months in prison followed by deportation. U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan sided with prosecutors, who...

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