Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy joins us to to talk about being on the front lines, and the police response during the NATO protests.
NATO in Chicago - Security
We take a look at how Chicago Police handled NATO protests crowds, and some of the more violent summit protesters.
Multiple allegations of police brutality occurred during the NATO summit protests this weekend. Watch the video and tell us what you think.
The Chicago Tonight team is covering the NATO protests live this weekend on Twitter. View their Twitter streams for the latest news and photos from the CANG8 rally, and other protests around the city.
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.
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.
A large chunk of Lake Shore Drive will be closed for three days. Minor inconvenience? We have the latest on NATO security plans and the expected fallout with two weeks to go until NATO.
All three museums on Museum Campus will be closed Sunday May 20 during the NATO summit, according to staff members at the museums.
How did the police handle the NATO demonstrations? City officials and NATO protesters have different answers. We dissect what went on in the streets.
Our Chicago Tonight team covered the NATO protests live on Sunday. See the protests in our extensive slideshow.
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.
Metra, Amtrak, and the CTA are one day closer to implementing strict NATO security measures. Find out how it will impact your commute.
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.
The Secret Service's plan will close down Museum Campus, and parts of Lake Shore Drive, during the NATO summit.
Feds to protect government buildings starting next weekApr 26, 2012 | | 0 Comments
Federal agents in "traveling swarms" and patrols will begin protecting federal buildings in the Loop next week in preparation of next month's NATO summit.
With the NATO conference less than a month away, Chicago officials and security consultants are attempting to quell lingering fears among community organizations about the upcoming summit.