AIG Exit Plan: American International Group Inc. and its government overseers are in talks to speed up an exit plan designed to repay U.S. taxpayers in full while enabling the giant insurer to regain independence, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Primary Day: Several marquee House and Senate primaries are on tap, including in Maryland, Delaware, New Hampshire and New York, Politico reports.
False Confessions: New research shows how people who were apparently uninvolved in a crime could provide a detailed account of what occurred, allowing prosecutors to claim that only the defendant could have committed the crime, according to The New York Times.
Death Row: This month, Teresa Lewis, could become the first woman executed in Va. in a century, the Washington Post reports.
Temporary Fix: The Obama administration is weighing the appointment of Elizabeth Warren as the temporary director of a newly created U.S. consumer financial regulator, according to sources familiar with the discussions, according to Reuters.
No Disclosure: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs failed to inform 6 million soldiers and their families of an agreement enabling Prudential Financial Inc. to withhold lump-sum payments of life insurance benefits for survivors of fallen service members, Bloomberg reports.