Forget protests: NATO summit's problem is Afghanistan


WASHINGTON — When NATO nations meet in Chicago on Sunday, one question will top the agenda: What happens in Afghanistan when US combat troops leave? To be sure, some troops from NATO countries, led by the United States, will likely stay behind after

Tell me you're surprised. Three out-of-state men arrested in a Bridgeport apartment raid days before the NATO summit were charged with conspiracy to commit.

CHICAGO — Prosecutors say three men arrested in a raid on a Chicago apartment had planned to attack President Barack Obama's campaign headquarters, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's home and other targets, including police

Whether they were riding the rails or the roads this weekend, Chicagoans found the NATO summit to be an adventure in national security. Authorities made a display of tight security at Union and Millennium stations and at the Ogilvie Transportation

On Sunday, NATO kicks off its two-day summit in Chicago. The Cook County State's Attorney's Office has charged three out-of-state men for allegedly traveling to Chicago "to commit acts of domestic terrorism during the NATO Summit.

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