While describing extensive corruption at the gun group, Joshua Powell’s book depicts its leader as an inept manager with a self-pitying streak.
Will Van Sant
Meanwhile, the gun group's legal costs soared.
The NRA and like-minded groups cast the sales surge as an inflection point in the gun debate. Experts aren't convinced.
Breaking down the allegations in the New York attorney general’s lawsuit seeking to dissolve the gun group.
Calling the gun group “a personal piggy bank” for executives, Letitia James laid out a pattern of financial mismanagement, many details of which were first reported by The Trace.
For more than two decades, the National Rifle Association has used member money to fund…
Wayne LaPierre is said to have touted the lawyer's “key relationships” in the state.
Ackerman McQueen, the National Rifle Association’s former marketing and public relations agency, is…
An email obtained by The Trace criticizes a lack of transparency around ongoing staff reductions, which have hit the group’s fundraising staff especially hard. “Why have we not been advised regarding termination of employees?” it reads.
The pandemic has prompted the gun group to slash staff salaries and cancel its annual conference. Meanwhile, it’s inked a partnership with BlazeTV, which airs broadcasters who’ve claimed the virus posed little risk to Americans.
A list of board members, executives, and other high-ranking staffers who have departed the gun group as Wayne LaPierre consolidated power.