CHICAGO | A Porter man is one of six people who face a felony charge after being arrested Sunday night during demonstrations at the recent NATO summit.
Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy address the news media during a protest march to Boeing corporate offices for a demonstration during the NATO summit on Monday.
A Chicago police officer on Monday videotapes a verbal lashing from a protester outside President Barack Obama's campaign headquarters in Chicago, on the final day of the NATO summit.
CHICAGO | The sight of Chicago police raising billy clubs against demonstrators was the kind of image that has dogged the city's police force longer than most of those who clashed with protesters have been alive.
CHICAGO | Calumet Region residents were among the thousands of protesters who expressed disgust for NATO on the first day of a Chicago summit involving representatives from about 60 nations.
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Activists march through Chicago's financial district Wednesday, protesting foreclosures and evictions. Dozens took part in the march, one of the many leading up to this weekend's NATO summit. The march ended without any arrests.
Activists remove a chair after setting up a pseudo home Wednesday outside a branch of Citibank in Chicago during a protest against foreclosures and evictions.
CHICAGO | Veterinarians and other staff members are planning a sleepover at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium when it's shutdown because of the upcoming NATO summit.
CHICAGO | A demonstration in Chicago protesting foreclosures and evictions has ended without any arrests.
CHICAGO | Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White says some of his offices in downtown Chicago will be closed because of the NATO summit this weekend.
South Shore commuter trains will have restrictions Friday through Monday during the NATO summit, which is Sunday and Monday. NICTD advises passengers to avoid travel on the NATO summit days.
CHICAGO | A downtown Chicago steakhouse owner says he's worried that this month's NATO Summit will add up to a lot of empty tables at his restaurant.
CHICAGO | The upcoming NATO Summit and related events will mean $128 million in revenue for Chicago and about $3 million in tax money, the leader of the city's host committee said Monday.
Downtown residents and businesses are bracing for next month's NATO summit in Chicago, with insurance companies giving advice, building managers getting training and at least one property manager urging residents to leave town for the weekend.
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