Goldman denies any real trouble before bailout

Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn says the lending firm would have been fine without the bailout. (NYT)

Former AIG Chairman Maurice Greenberg may face an SEC lawsuit under allegations of fraud. (Bloomberg)

Senator Michael Enzi, a key Republican from Montana, says he’s willing to compromise on bipartisan health care reform, but won’t sign any bill agreeing to public insurance plans. (WSJ)

Questions remain whether Bill Clinton‘s humanitarian trip has done anything to improve U.S.-North Korea relations. (NYT)

The SEC releases documents on the General Electric earnings per share scam during Jack Welch‘s tenure as chairman. (Agonist)