Bill Clinton travels to North Korea for negotiations

Bill Clinton travels to North Korea to negotiate for the release of two American journalists detained there. (NYT)

White House Counsel Gregory Craig, who advised President Obama on the closure of the prison at Guantanamo Bay, may resign. (WSJ)

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein reportedly told executives to stop high-profile spending until the public fire surrounding the firm dies down. (NY Post)

AIG appoints Robert Benmosche, former MetLife executive, as its new CEO. (NYT)

In an effort to tighten regulations on the banking industry, Fed Governor Daniel Tarullo says the agency will form teams of experts to scrutinize lending practices. (Bloomberg)