WASHINGTON — Twelve Democratic senators have called for a U.S. investigation into any role banks and regulators may have played in the scandal over the London Interbank Offered Rate.

The senators, led by Sen. Jack Reed of Rhode Island, made their request in letters Thursday to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, other members of the Financial Stability Oversight Council and Attorney General Eric Holder.

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