Richard Oppel, correspondent for The New York Times, reports from Kabul, where he attended a press conference about the released documents. Although the documents did criticize Afghan government and security forces, a spokesman for President Karzai focused on the civilian casualities and the complicity of the spy agency. Oppel says he asked if there was anything that angered the president in the documents and was told that there wasn't. Oppel takes a closer look at the documents. He also follows the story of the two American sailors captured in Afghanistan by the Taliban.

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