Since 2014, the gun rights group has paid more than $60 million to a little known contractor for ads in must-win political races. Did it break campaign finance laws in the process?
The Gun Lobby
With the ATF stretched thin, licensed firearms dealers can go years without close scrutiny.
In an ad debuting the group's new rallying cry, Wayne LaPierre accuses the president's critics of starting a war.
The gun group and Donald Trump agree on more than just the Second Amendment.
Internal polling data shows how much standing with the NRA may have cost Kelly Ayotte in New Hampshire.
After repeatedly declining to shield LGBT workers from dismissal over sexual orientation, the state legislature will consider a bill that makes it unlawful to fire employees who store firearms in their cars on company property.
A new tool from Slate sifts through more than 25 years of the gun group’s expenditures.
Conservative lawmakers in at least four southern states killed NRA-backed bills in 2016.
The Pittsburgh Suburb Where Gunmen Attacked a Family Cookout Was One of Dozens Forced to Scrap Its Firearms Rules
Behind the decision was a contentious Pennsylvania law empowering lawsuits by gun groups.
Will any 2016 contenders join the growing chorus of gun enthusiasts calling for Nugent's removal from the NRA’s board?