An Inside Look: A cache of secret military documents made public yesterday by WikiLeaks reveals that Americans fighting the war in Afghanistan have long harbored strong suspicions that Pakistan’s military spy service has guided the Afghan insurgency with a hidden hand. The New York Times reports that the documents show that Pakistan allows representatives of its spy service to meet directly with the Taliban in secret strategy sessions.
A Yankee In BP's Court: With news breaking over the weekend that embattled BP CEO Tony Hayward may be stepping down, the question immediately became, "Who will replace him?" The Wall Street Journal reports that the answer to that question is New York-born managing director Robert Dudley, who will become the first American to lead the U.K.-based company.
Taliban Offers an Exchange: Members of the Taliban say they are willing to trade the body of a U.S. Navy member they said was killed in an ambush two days ago in exchange for insurgent prisoners, The Associated Press reports. U.S. and NATO officials confirmed that two American Navy personnel went missing Friday in the eastern province of Logar, after an armored sports utility vehicle was seen driving into a Taliban-held area.
Arlington Cemetery's Shoddy Record Keeping: A Washington Post investigation has revealed that there are problems with more than 130 graves Arlington National Cemetery, including in the plot where former Chief Justice William Rehnquist is buried. The discoveries come six weeks after the Army ousted Arlington's top two officials in a sweeping probe of the nation's most hallowed cemetery.