NATO summit enters final day, more protests planned


CHICAGO — Activists who staged a massive protest march at the NATO summit here Sunday vowed to bring thousands of demonstrators to Charlotte during the Democratic National Convention. One of the largest rallies in Chicago in years unfolded peacefully

President Obama hosts day one of the NATO Summit in Chicago.

The sixth-grader beamed after chatting about exercise with Obama at south Chicago's Gary Comer Youth Center, where the first lady led a handful of dignitaries or significant others of European leaders here for the NATO summit on a tour.

The following is an edited transcript of a recent interview with Fareed Zakaria on "John King USA," talking about the NATO summit in Chicago and NATO's relevance in the world today. KING: This year's NATO summit is in Chicago. And topping the official

President Obama hosts day one of the NATO Summit in Chicago.

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