May 19 - Chicago police arrested three people targeting President Obama's campaign headquarters ahead of the NATO Summit. Deborah Gembara reports.
Chicago police say three people have been arrested and face terrorism related charges as the city prepares to host leaders from more than 28 countries at the NATO summit. The three men are accused of targeting President Barack Obama's re-election campaign headquarters and the home of Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Police say the men had bomb making materials, knives and a hunting bow. Their bail was set at $1.5 million dollars each Security in the city is high and forces were out on the streets checking all vehicles near McCormick Place, the site of the summit. The two day gathering will focus on the future of Afghanistan after a decade of war. Deborah Gembara, Reuters