The State Department is working to warn those who are named in the diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks. Although there haven't been any reports of harm, the State Department is worried that the documents could put hundreds at risk.
Joining us to talk about the batch of 5,400 documents is New York Times reporter Eric Lichtblau, as well as Kerry Seaton-Stewart, owner of the famous Willie Mae's Scotch House restaurant, in New Orleans.
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