For the first time, organizers of May’s NATO summit have laid out some details of security and crowd control plans that will be in place downtown and near McCormick Place.
Questions still buzz around President Barack Obama’s surprise decision Monday to move the G8 summit from Chicago to Camp David.
In a surprise move, the White House has announced the upcoming G8 summit will be moved from Chicago to Camp David. The NATO summit scheduled for the same weekend will stay in Chicago.
Concerns about public safety in Chicago during the upcoming G8 and NATO summits in May apparently don’t extend to those who will be participating. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levin reports.
Ahead of the NATO/G8 summits in May, the City of Chicago is reportedly looking to buy bomb-resistant trash cans.
A University of Chicago economist says Antarctica or Guam would be better places than Chicago for the upcoming G8 and NATO summits, now scheduled for mid-May in the Windy City.
The head of the host committee of the NATO/G8 Summits insists Chicago will be “open for business” as world leaders converge here this May.
Police will be working some extra hours when the NATO and G8 summits come to town this spring, but the city won’t have to foot the bill.
Going back on an earlier statement, Mayor Rahm Emanuel says restrictions and fines directed at protesters will be permanent, not temporary for the G8 and NATO summits.
The wish has been granted for a group of protesters wanting to demonstrate against the G8 and NATO summits in Chicago this spring.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is apologizing ahead of time for those who may be inconvenienced when NATO and the world leaders of the G8 gather in Chicago next spring.
Several groups are demanding that they be allowed to protest when the NATO/G8 summit comes to Chicago next year.