AARP, AMA endorse health bill

President Obama snatched up endorsements of the health bill by AARP and AMA and will visit the Capitol today to make one last push to lawmakers. (WSJ)

Fourteen people are now charged with insider trading in conjunction with the Galleon Group case. (NYT)

AIG posts its second straight profit, but there is still no word on when the company will repay its bailout funds. (Reuters)

Banks are changing their bonus formulas to stall efforts by Pay Czar Kenneth Feinberg to rein in corporate pay. (Bloomberg)

The climate change bill — which was pushed through the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee by Sen. Barbara Boxer without Republican input — is raising flags about whether it will pass through the full Senate next year. (NYT)