NATO protests continue in Chicago
NBC News — Protests against the NATO summit in Chicago continued sunday night into monday morning. Though more peaceful than earlier sunday, hundreds were still marching through the city's downtown. State police were assisting the Chicago police.
At least four officers went to the hospital sunday, including one who was stabbed in the leg, but all the injuries were described as minor. Forty-five people were arrested. The leader of Chicago's police force accused some protesters of faking injuries.