Obama, at NATO summit, vows to end Afghan war 'responsibly'


Protesters are demonstrating outside of the NATO summit to protest Boeing's involvement with the Department of Defense. MSNBC's Alex Wagner and the NOW panel discuss whether or not this protest could revitalize the Occupy Wall Street movement as the

A NATO official told AFP that US President Barack Obama and his allies “just decided” at a Chicago summit to put a US warship armed with interceptors in the Mediterranean and a Turkey-based radar system under NATO

CHICAGO, IL (May 21, 2012) – At least one photographer was arrested and another struck over the head with a police baton late Sunday while covering anti-war protesters marching in opposition to the NATO summit in Chicago. Details are

By Mary Wisniewski and Ann Saphir CHICAGO May 21 (Reuters) – Anti-war protesters staged a peaceful march on the headquarters of US defense contractor Boeing in Chicago on Monday after several days of demonstrations during a meeting of NATO leaders.

AP President Barack Obama speaks at the start of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) meeting on Afghanistan at the NATO summit in Chicago on Monday, May 21, 2012. From left are, British Prime Minister David Cameron, left, and Gen.

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