The 29-year-old is facing a maximum of 15 years in prison on two charges of conspiracy and acting as a foreign agent. Her lawyer maintains her innocence.
In today's briefing: More than 1,000 victims of the Las Vegas massacre are facing another hurdle: a lawsuit from the company that owns the Mandalay Bay hotel. Plus, a change by the Treasury Department will keep the NRA's biggest donors in the shadows. Those stories and more, below.
In today's briefing: A Russian woman with ties to the NRA has been arrested and charged with acting as a foreign agent. A March for Our Lives rally will take place at the gun group's headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia.
Hello, readers. A Texas man has been arrested for killing one and injuring two in…
Hello, readers. We're finishing off the week with a deep dive on the National Rifle…
In today's briefing: A legal settlement opens the door for 3D-printed, unregulated guns. Texas professors want to revive a "campus carry" challenge.
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Today's briefing kicks off with a scoop from The Trace's Ann Givens, who dug up meeting minutes from an FBI advisory board showing that the bureau is working to give gun background check examiners access to records that can help them resolve tricky cases and block more prohibited persons from getting guns. Plus, Alex Yablon analyzes the public comments on a proposal to ease gun export rules, and March for Our Lives organizers are practicing diplomacy with armed counter-protesters. Those stories and more, below.
Hello, readers. In today's briefing: Pro-gun protests were sparsely attended this weekend, while anti-gun violence protestors…
In today's briefing: Another Sandy Hook family joins the legal battle against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. New York will deploy busloads of peacekeepers to crime scenes. Plus, a roundup of people struck by celebratory gunfire this Independence Day
Mitch McConnell on School Shootings: “I Don’t Think at the Federal Level There’s Much That We Can Do"
In today's briefing: Mitch McConnell said there’s little the federal government can do to stop school shootings. Problems with Florida’s gun permit background check process go back at least a decade.