WaPo: Kroger unknowingly funneled donations to a militant group. After the Capitol riots, it's cutting it off.

When Kroger launched its community rewards program more than seven years ago, the supermarket chain pitched the initiative as a way shoppers could support charities of their choosing. But, the company said Tuesday, one of the nonprofit groups being funded through the program was the Indiana Oath Keepers — the local branch of a self-styled militia group whose members now are accused of planning to storm the U.S. Capitol days in advance.