Senate to probe Goldman, Deutsche for mortgage fraud

The Senate will form a panel, headed by Carl Levin, to probe Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank on charges of mortgage fraud in 2008. (Reuters)

Rahm Emanuel‘s meeting worked, as four of seven Blue Dogs compromised on health reform, as concessions were made to cut cost and wait on the final vote until September to gather public opinion. (NYT)

But a poll finds Obama‘s health care plan isn’t garnering as much support as he hoped. (Reuters)

The trial of former Louisiana Representative William J. Jefferson, who is charged with bribery, begins today. (NYT)

Chairman of IBM Samuel Palmisano has been meeting with governments worldwide to promote the use of technology, and no doubt, boost his business. (WSJ)