Worldview contributor Robert L. Price argues that some of America's political leaders should take a lesson from President Obama’s press conference Monday to learn what being “world-class” really means.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he did a bit of business with foreign leaders who came to his city for the NATO summit, some for the first time.Emanuel told reporters after the two-day summit wrapped up Monday that he talked with the Netherland's leader about the prospects of making O'Hare A
Private companies in downtown Chicago have come through the NATO summit largely unscathed, with few if any reports of damage resulting from protests.With NATO's two-day meeting ended, downtown businesses are expected to return to normal routines Tuesday.Firms that consulted companies on security
The Chicago Police Department says 90 people were arrested before and during the NATO Summit.Police spokeswoman Carolyn Deming also said eight police officers were injured while monitoring demonstrations and keeping protesters away from McCormick Place, site of the conference.Chicago police Superint
President Obama stole the headlines yesterday and this morning with his NATO plan for withdrawal from the war in Afghanistan. But the bigger story is that this protest didn't garner international media attention.
Police and protesters have drastically different accounts of how anti-NATO street events in Chicago went over the last week, and on Monday both sides seemed to be taking a final stab at getting their perspective to dominate the lasting narrative.