Federal Judge Tosses Out NRA Bankruptcy CaseThe case was over whether the NRA should be allowed to incorporate in Texas instead of New York, where the state is suing in an effort to disband the group.
Closing Arguments End, Now NRA Move To Texas Hinges On If Dallas Judge Dismisses Bankruptcy CaseSome say the NRA is abusing the legal system to avoid being held accountable for their mismanagement. Others argue the gun-rights group wants to move from New York to Texas to reorganize out of Chapter 11.
During Testimony In Texas, NRA Chief Says He Didn't Tell Top Leaders Before BankruptcyWayne LaPierre, the embattled leader of the National Rifle Association, said on Wednesday that he had kept top leaders -- including board members, general counsel, and the CFO -- in the dark about a recent bankruptcy filing.
'Nobody Can Get Me Here,' NRA Exec Wayne LaPierre Sheltered On Borrowed Yacht After Mass ShootingsIn a deposition, Wayne LaPierre told a judge he didn't think using his friend's yacht, 'Illusions,' violated the NRA's conflict-of-interest policy because the summer sailing trips were for security.
Likely Texas-Bound NRA In Legal Battle For Its FutureThe National Rifle Association is moving forward with its bankruptcy case while fighting accusations it only sought Chapter 11 protection to avoid a potentially crippling lawsuit.
National Rifle Association Files For Bankruptcy, Announces Plan To Move To Texas"The plan can be summed up quite simply: We are DUMPING New York, and we are pursuing plans to reincorporate the NRA in Texas," said the NRA's Wayne LaPierre.
Trump Suggests NRA Should Move To Texas After Lawsuit Alleging 'Fraud And Abuse'President Donald Trump on Thursday suggested the NRA should move to Texas after a lawsuit was filed against the organization by the New York attorney general.
Texas Liberals Hope To Ride Same Wave Of Success As Bernie SandersBernie Sanders Campaign 2020 success is emboldening a crop of insurgent challengers on the left in Texas.
NRA Board To Gather For Meeting At Crucial Time For Gun DebateWith the country at a critical juncture in the gun debate, a normal routine meeting of the National Rifle Association has taken on greater significance as its board of directors gathers near the nation's capital this week.
Dick's Sporting Goods Considering Getting Out Of the "Hunt" Business, Stopping Gun SalesDick's, one of the country's biggest gun retailers, has been quietly testing the water on whether to pull out entirely from what it calls the "hunt" business.
NRA's No. 2 Official Resigns As Turmoil Continues Within GroupThere are more signs of trouble at the National Rifle Association. The groups top lobbyist, Chris Cox, has resigned just days after being placed on administrative leave.
Court Rejects Challenge To Regulation Of Gun SilencersThe Supreme Court is rejecting a challenge to federal regulation of gun silencers, just days after a gunman used one in a shooting rampage that killed 12 people in Virginia.
Despite NRA Opposition, Texas Legislature Approves Safe Gun Storage ProgramThe proposal for a safe gun storage public service campaign came after the Santa Fe High School shooting.
60,000 Bump Stocks Destroyed As Ban Takes EffectBump stocks were dropped onto a conveyor belt and sent down the line to be crushed at a Fort Worth recycling facility on Tuesday.
Rare Drop In NRA Election Spending As Gun-Limit Groups RiseAs spending to support tougher gun control measures surges, the NRA is taking a lower profile in this year's high-stakes midterm campaign.