Obamas make last bid for Chicago 2016 Olympics

President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama made their case today in Copenhagen to have the 2016 Olympics in Chicago. (Reuters)

The Wall Street Journal argues that the economic benefits of hosting the Olympic games are minimal. (WSJ)

The Senate Finance Committee worked well after midnight yesterday to polish the amendments to Sen. Max Baucus‘ health bill, which they will vote on next week, then send to the full Senate by the end of the month. (NYT)

Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee, plus Republican Olympia Snowe, voted to curb insurance executives’ pay. (WSJ)

Bank of America’s board will meet today to discuss possible candidates to replace CEO Ken Lewis. (FT)