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The embattled gun group is planning for layoffs and a 20% cut in salaries, chief executive Wayne LaPierre told board members.
The change is another sign of upheaval for the National Rifle Association, which faces a series of lawsuits over expenditures and media leaks.
A new spending deal includes $25 million that will go to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health for the research.
Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo tore into Republican lawmakers for refusing to back tougher gun control in the wake of the shooting death of one of his officers.
“I don’t want to see their little smug faces about how much they care about law enforcement," said Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo before an officer's funeral.
The vice president said the Trump administration remains "resolved to bring this scourge of school shootings to an end."
The National Rifle Association filed suit last month after the city passed a resolution calling it a domestic terror entity.
Police fatally shot a lawful gun owner who'd done nothing wrong and was in her own home. Why hasn't the NRA come to her defense?
The same day a Senate committee report came out saying the National Rifle Association was a "foreign asset" to Russia, Trump sought the gun group's advice.
An 18-month investigation from Senate Committee on Finance staff reveals how deeply connected the National Rifle Association was with Russian officials.
O’Rourke didn’t endorse Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones in her 2018 race against GOP Rep. Will Hurd, who had an “A” rating from the NRA.
The National Rifle Association's lawsuit says San Francisco's new resolution is unconstitutional.
The city's board of supervisors is urging other cities and states, as well as the federal government, to follow suit.
The Democratic presidential candidate was describing the way the president blusters about the National Rifle Association.
The president attacked Democratic-voting Jews, called himself "the chosen one" and got mad that Denmark won't sell him Greenland.
The president’s motivation to pass stricter rules in the wake of mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, faded after a conversation with NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre.
The CNN host mocked Trump for the different ways he's treated the prime minister of Denmark and the National Rifle Association.
The NRA said that it spoke to the president and that he's a "strong" Second Amendment advocate.
The notorious gun group is being crushed by its own financial mismanagement and legal woes.
"So says he who is ensnared by his hotheaded and wrathful friends at the NRA and in the Oval Office," one Twitter user replied.