The Chicago Police Department documented 72 hate crimes in 2016 – a 20-percent spike compared to 2015. That increase falls in line with hate crime upticks in other large U.S. cities, like New York City, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.
We look at what the recent bombings in New York and New Jersey say about counterterrorism efforts in the U.S.
In the wake of the attacks in Brussels, the recently appointed Special Agent in Charge for the FBI division in Chicago joins “Chicago Tonight” to discuss the challenges in addressing terrorist threats.
He is a retired four-star general who has the distinction of being the only person to head both the NSA and CIA. In his new memoir, “Playing to the Edge,” Michael Hayden candidly reflects on his time at both agencies during the turbulent, post-9/11 war on terror.
The FBI wants Apple to unlock an iPhone belonging to one of the people behind December's mass shooting in San Bernardino, California. Apple says it's taking a stand for privacy rights, while the FBI says it's merely trying to conduct the most thorough investigation possible.
The "NATO 3" have been acquitted of all terrorism-related charges. Instead, they were found guilty of much lesser mob action and arson charges. Read an article.
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.
Three protesters charged with planning to carry out alleged terrorist attacks during the NATO summit were in court Tuesday. Paris Schutz has the latest.