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The National Rifle Association was a "foreign asset" for Russia as the 2016 presidential election neared — and the gun-rights group underwrote political access for convicted spy Maria Butina and others despite knowing their Kremlin ties, according to a Senate Democratic report Friday.
"NRA officers' apparent use of the NRA for personal gain fits a larger pattern of reported self-dealing and raises serious questions about whether the NRA broke U.S. tax laws," Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, the Senate Finance Committee's ranking Democrat, said on Twitter.
WASHINGTON — The results of a congressional probe into the National Rifle Association’s ties to Russia paints a picture of NRA officials providing Russian...
Leaders in Kansas and Nebraska are each opening their doors to the National Rifle Association’s annual convention after a top Dallas official suggested the gun...