Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists take a Week in Review look at Chicago's NATO summit.
NATO in Chicago
The first major protest rally of the NATO summit was held at Daley Plaza on Friday. Paris Schutz has the latest.
Accusations that Chicago Police are mishandling NATO protesters have begun. We talk with one Occupy Protester who says he was arrested and held for 30 hours without being charged.
Thousands of journalists from around the world are descending on the city. We take you inside McCormick Place to show you how the international media is getting ready to cover the event.
The Latvian ambassador to the U.S. tells us why he thinks NATO matters in this 21st century world order.
As the NATO summit draws increasingly closer, Chicagoans are preparing for an influx of people traveling to protest the international gathering.
NATO protesters get dirty at a rally Thursday afternoon, while some accuse Chicago Police of misconduct. We have the latest.
More than 40 government agencies are ready to respond to any disruptions this weekend. We take a look at the secret communications center that will be keeping watch over the city during the NATO summit.
NATO's Assistant Secretary General, Ambassador Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, joins us to talk about what diplomacy and security issues will be discussed during the summit.
In three days, the largest NATO summit in history will be held in Chicago. Defense funding, Afghanistan, and new partnerships will be at the top of the agenda. We look at what the alliance hopes to accomplish this weekend.
Metra, Amtrak, and the CTA are one day closer to implementing strict NATO security measures. Find out how it will impact your commute.
As Mayor Rahm Emanuel continues to stress the importance of the NATO summit to Chicago, some subtle hints that a major event is coming start appearing downtown. We tell you what they are.
Why is Chicago hosting the NATO summit? Who stands to benefit? What are the stakes if things go awry between protesters and police? Carol Marin and her guests have answers.
What are black bloc protesters, and how is Chicago preparing for their violent tactics? Paris Schutz reports.
Clowns -- that's right, clowns -- are coming to Chicago this week to protest the "absurdity" of NATO.
The city of Chicago has approved a permit for what's thought to be the largest anti-NATO rally being held by the Coalition Against NATO/G8 War & Poverty Agenda (CAN-G8.) Ash-har Quraishi has the latest.