Federal response to white supremacist terror threat under scrutiny in wake of synagogue attack

SAN DIEGO, CA — Life After Hate got the good news in January 2017. The nonprofit dedicated to de-radicalizing neo-Nazis was chosen to receive $400,000 in federal grant money set aside to fight extremism.


But the funding never came.


Donald Trump was sworn in as president weeks later, and the Countering Violent Extremism grants were yanked from programs such as Life After Hate...