Buried in a Raleigh, NC News & Observer article today (in the Education section, no less):
In January, the Department of Homeland Security announced 31 winners in a controversial grant program to fight violent extremism. A team led by UNC-Chapel Hill researchers won the largest – nearly $900,000 to develop information campaigns to counter jihadist and white supremacist recruiting.
But the award was announced during the last week of the Obama administration, and so far the Trump administration has refused to release the money.
A Reuters report shortly after Trump took office said that Homeland Security officials were thinking about retooling the program so that it focused solely on Islamic extremism, not white supremacist groups.
Because of course they are.