The gun group had tried to stop Ackerman McQueen from handing over documents to New York Attorney General Letitia James.
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The controversial Carry Guard self-defense insurance is one of several products that state regulators say were marketed in a misleading manner. The gun group could be fined up to $42 million.
In court filings, a production company alleges that the NRA leader suppressed footage showing him and his wife hunting elephants in Botswana.
As the Virginia General Assembly, newly under Democratic control, begins to consider an…
National Rifle Association chief executive Wayne LaPierre rarely gives interviews. So it was…
House and Senate appropriators struck an agreement that will inject $25 million into studying a problem long obscured by a dearth of government-backed research.
In a filing, Ackerman McQueen had suggested that testimony by the NRA leader contradicted the gun group’s legal claims.
A New York judge ruled against the gun group’s former president, who sought compensation for expenses resulting from lawsuits involving the NRA.
In a new report, Senate Democrats confirm that the gun group’s leaders approved of the Moscow junket, paid some expenses, and referred to it as an NRA undertaking.