What's New On April 14 a cheer went up as Chicago was chosen over Los Angeles as the U.S. contender for the 2016 Summer Olympics. It may have helped Chicago's bid that Mayor Daley in April revealed a new $6.5 million security command center built underneath McCormick Place — an addition that will only enhance the city's final pitch against such international powerhouses as Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro to host the Games. The nerve center that will monitor 450 surveillance cameras positioned ...

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