A former U.S. NATO ambassador discusses the current meeting of the world powers.
Three protesters who were accused of terrorism during the Chicago NATO summit in 2012 are in court today for the first day of their trial. Paris Schutz has the latest. Read the criminal complaint.
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A Rolling Stone columnist lambasted Rahm Emanuel's style of governance, saying the mayor "hates" democracy. He joins us to discuss his scathing article.
Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy joins us to to talk about being on the front lines, and the police response during the NATO protests.
As life in Chicago gets back to normal, some downtown businesses are calculating financial losses from the NATO summit. We tell you what they're saying.
Protesters were more subdued on the second day of the NATO summit. But, they call Sunday’s melee police brutality. Paris Schutz has the latest.
As the NATO summit wraps up, we look at what world leaders accomplished and what issues were left unresolved.
We read what some of you had to say about the NATO summit and protests when we read tonight's Viewer Mail.