The National Rifle Association (NRA), the powerful and controversial gun rights organization, finds itself under a legal microscope as a civil corruption trial kicks off in New York City. This high-profile lawsuit comes on the heels of former NRA chief Wayne LaPierre's sudden resignation, just days before opening statements. LaPierre, who led the NRA for over 30 years, cited health concerns for his departure, but questions swirl about the timing coinciding with the looming legal battle.
New York Attorney General Letitia James spearheads the suit against LaPierre, the NRA itself, and two other executives. The explosive allegations claim. . .