The latest chapter in the seemingly endless drama surrounding the plight of American International Group has the insurer pondering whether or not it wants to take action against Goldman Sachs and other Wall Street banks over soured mortgage assets.

AIG reportedly has been examining its mortgage debt pools and securities it previously purchased or insured for any indication that the structures were fraudulently created or sold by investment banks, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Journal goes on to note that no cases are imminent.

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