FIRST LOOK: Feds probing Goldman for Libya dealings

Zachary Roth
Senior National Affairs Reporter
The Lookout

Welcome to First Look, our daily roundup of early-bird news:

• The SEC is probing whether Goldman Sachs and other financial firms broke  bribery laws in dealing with Libya's sovereign wealth fund. (The Wall Street Journal)

• Citigroup acknowledged that hackers had gained access to the data of hundreds of thousands of its bank card customers. (The New York Times)

• Federal prosecutors may be dropping their controversial case against a National Security Agency manager charged with mishandling classified material. (The Washington Post)

• Twenty-five hundred firefighters are struggling to contain a wildfire surging through eastern Arizona. (The New York Times)

• The death rate for SUV drivers dropped 66 percent from 1999-2002 models to 2005-2008 models. (USA Today)

• Alec Baldwin is said to be mulling a run for mayor of New York. (The Wall Street Journal)