As the Virginia General Assembly, newly under Democratic control, begins to consider an…
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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.