The gun group alleged in a new lawsuit that its second-ranking leader was part of an April attempt to oust Wayne LaPierre.
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Using fraudulent invoices, Woody Phillips diverted more than $1 million from a consulting firm to his personal account.
The pre-eminent gun rights organization is mired in scandal, but its political influence across the United States remains vast.
How vendors and executives are bleeding the gun group dry.
The gun group's foundation directed at least $180K to a nonprofit run by Susan LaPierre, who also asked NRA vendors to contribute.
For the second time in two months, the National Rifle Association is taking its longtime marketing firm Ackerman McQueen to court.
A pair of letters by former organization president Oliver North contained a series of attachments detailing six-figure expenses from the gun group's leader.
A loss of the organization’s tax-exempt status is not the only possibility — nor even the most devastating.
The comments by J. Russell George, the Treasury Department ombudsman on IRS-related matters, came under questioning by the House Ways and Means Committee.
The gun group has blamed its money problems on its longtime marketing firm, but a newly unearthed document shows that the financial improprieties reach further.
The request for documents from NRA head Wayne LaPierre, former president Oliver North, and PR agency Ackerman McQueen is another sign of trouble for the group.
One board member suggests otherwise, as reformers fume over a new rule they say is designed to snuff out change.