How Will Attacks Change Way Belgians Live Their Lives?CBS 2’s Rob Johnson lived in Brussels for five years until the time he was 18. Today, he spoke to two friends from high school, who have lived there for decades, to see how they are doing in the aftermath.
Some Willing To Accept More Security To Feel Safe From TerrorDorothy Tucker takes a look at the psychological impact of the Brussels blast and security changes some are willing to accept in order to feel safer on American soil.
For Belgian-Born Chicagoans, Brussels Attacks Hit Close To HomeFor Belgians who now call Chicago home, the news is especially difficult since many still have family in the country.
U Of I Students Studying Abroad In Belgium Reported SafeThe University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign says they've accounted for all 57 faculty and students participating in sponsored programs in Belgium.
Chicago Police Step Up Security At Airports After Brussels Terror AttacksChicago police have increased security at airports, and train and bus stations in the city, in the wake of Tuesday’s terrorist attacks in Belgium.
Chicago's First Lady Excited To Show Off City To The WorldShe has shied away from the spotlight since her husband, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, was elected mayor, but for the first time, Chicago’s first lady, Amy Rule, was taking on a major role on Thursday, speaking to world leaders in Belgium.
Officials In Chicago, Belgium Prepping For NATO SummitChicago police are buying 8,500 more face shields for police helmets in advance of the NATO summit in May. Meantime, a delegation of Chicago public officials, dignitaries and summit host committee representatives are at NATO headquarters in Belgium to tout the city and prepare for the upcoming summit.
Chicago Delegation Touts City At NATO HQ Ahead Of SummitA Chicago delegation was in Brussels on Wednesday, trying to sell the city to the world as they plan for the NATO summit in Chicago in May.
Emanuel's Wife Leads Delegation To Brussels For NATO Summit KickoffThe NATO summit scheduled for Chicago is now just two months away. On Tuesday, a Chicago delegation headed to NATO headquarters in Belgium to discuss plans for the summit.