Much Ado About Nothing? NBC News' Michael Isikoff reports that the Pentagon has so far not found much to be worried about in the massive amount of classified documents made public by WikiLeaks on Sunday. But military officials are continuing to review those documents, some of which chronicle the close relationship between the Pakistani intelligence service and the Taliban.
BP to Slim Down: Dow Jones Newswire reports that BP plans to sell around $30 billion in assets in the wake of the loss the energy company has suffered since the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. The changes will leave the company smaller and focused on restoring its battered reputation, though it will continue to pursue opportunities in deep water and plans to remain as a strong presence in the U.S., senior BP executives said.
Obama's Campaign Finance Reform: President Barack Obama on Monday called out Republican opponents to the campaign finance reform measure he has championed, saying they were voting for “nothing less than a vote to allow corporate and special-interest takeovers of our elections.” The measure is expected to fail when the Senate votes on it, but The New York Times reports that Obama may be trying to take political advantage of the debate.
Perhaps It's In the Laundry? The Los Angeles Times reports that the Department of Defense cannot account for about $8.7 billion out of $9.1 billion in Iraqi oil revenue entrusted to it between 2004 and 2007. According to a newly released audit by the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction, much of the money was not properly deposited in special accounts as required under Treasury Department rules, making it difficult to trace how it was spent.