Over the weekend, EU and NATO leaders reportedly considered possible solutions to Russia's invasion into Ukraine, including the possibility of a NATO rapid-reaction force. John Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago will explain the politics of the situation.
NATO has accused Russia of illegally sending its troops into Ukraine. NATO says it has proof that Russian troops are fighting alongside Ukrainian separatists. We'll discuss the ongoing crisis in Ukraine with Andrew Weiss. Weiss served as a Russia and Ukraine expert in the Clinton White House.
Sebastian Senakiewicz and Mark Neiweem are getting less public attention than three other NATO protesters locked up on bomb-related charges. But Occupy Chicago activists pulled off a defiant display inside a Cook County courtroom to let the two know they are not going it alone.
Three suspects appear in a Chicago court Tuesday to face terrorism-related charges for allegedly plotting to hurl Molotov cocktails at President Barack Obama's campaign headquarters.But it'll be state, not federal attorneys handling their case.Even as lawmakers in Illinois and at least 35 ot
Metra says the NATO summit held in Chicago last month cost the commuter rail agency $800,000.The Chicago Tribune reports that some Metra board members say they're surprised the costs weren't higher.Metra says the money includes $400,000 in lost passenger revenue for customers who st
Spain, Italy and Greece all the the weakest economic links of the EU. Compare them to Turkey, which embraced its African-Mediterranean relationships and now emerges as an economic model for Europe. Any regrets, EU?