UPDATE 10 p.m. -- Protesters who had grouped near Jackson & Michigan for about 30 minutes, singing and praying, are now back on the move, heading west down Jackson. The group is fairly small, however, and appeared to pay more attention to the media than conveying a message.
UPDATE 6:30 p.m. -- Loop mostly clear of protesters. Largest group is congregating near Grant Park, at Congress & Michigan.
VIDEO -- Emanuel's Post-NATO Remarks Chicago's mayor says the 2012 NATO Summit boosted the city's profile in the world and expresses gratitude to citizens and first responders for how they handled a stressful weekend.
VIDEO -- Obama's Remarks on NATO SummitObama's Remarks on NATO Summit President Obama says the discussions that took place have created an "alliance that is stronger, more capable and more ready for the future."
UPDATE 3:38 p.m. -- Marine One just landed at Soldier Field. President Obama is currently speaking at McCormick Place but will depart shortly for O'Hare.
UPDATE 3:03 p.m. -- When President Obama departs Chicago for Joplin, MO this evening, he'll be doing so in a smaller Boeing 757, and not one of the normal Boeing VC-25s. Still, with him on board it will carry the call sign "Air Force One." The VC-25 in which he came will "dead head" back to Joint Base Andrews about an hour after Obama leaves.