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Omaha World Herald
12-12-2004
Main News
2A
"Johanns: Governor has reputation for staying cool"
Dec. 2 nominated for US ag secretary
"Homeland pick Kerik pulls out"
Omaha World Herald
12-11-04
front page
former New York city police commissioner
questions related to immigration status of household employees
suppossed to succeed Tom Ridge
housekeeper and nanny not legal and not paid taxes on her behalf
MSNBC.com
Who's who cabinet changes
Secretary of State
Colin Powell submitted his resignation to President Bush on Nov. 12. The news was announced Nov. 15, and on Nov. 16 the president nominated national security adviser Condoleezza Rice to take over
MSNBC.com
Who's who of cabinet changes
National Security Advisor
Condoleezza Rice, if confirmed by the Senate as secretary of state, will hand her job as national security adviser to her deputy, Stephen Handley, according to administration sources.
MSNBC.com
who's who of cabinet changes
secretary of homeland security
The hunt continues. Bernard Kerik (left), nominated by President Bush on Dec. 3 to replace Tom Ridge withdrew from consideration on Dec. 10.
Ridge, the first person to fill the post created in the months following the Sept. 11 attacks, resigned Nov. 30.
msnbc.com
who's who of cabinet changes
Healtha and Human Services
Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson resigned Dec. 3. Prior to his Cabinet position, Thompson served as governor of Wisconsin.
Officials told the Associated Press that Mark McClellan, the government's Medicare chief and brother of White House press secretary Scott McClellan, is Thompson's likely successor.
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Who's who of cabinet changes
Defense secretary
A Bush administration official said Dec. 3 that Donald Rumsfeld had agreed to remain in the position during the second term after the president requested that he stay.
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who's who of cabinet changes
attorney journal
President Bush on Nov. 10 named White House counsel Alberto Gonzales, a Texas confidant and one of the most prominent Hispanics in the administration, to succeed John Ashcroft.
Ashcroft, who had become a target of criticism by Democrats and civil liberties groups over the anti-terrorism policies implemented after Sept. 11, 2001, submitted his resignation Nov. 2
Energy Secretary
Msnbc.com
who's who of cabinet changes
President Bush on Dec. 10 named Deputy Secretary of Commerce Samuel Bodman to succeed Spencer Abraham as Secretary of Energy.
Abraham resigned on Nov. 15.
msnbc.com
who's who of cabinet changes
agricultural secretary
President Bush on Dec. 2 named Nebraska Gov. Mike Johanns, a Republican attorney who grew up on an Iowa dairy farm, to replace Ann Veneman who resigned Nov. 15.
education secretary
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who's who of cabinet changes
President Bush nominated Margaret Spellings, his domestic policy adviser, on Nov. 17 to replace Rod Paige, who resigned Nov. 15.
commerce secretary
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who's who of cabinet changes
President Bush nominated Carlos Gutierrez on Nov. 29 to replace Donald Evans, who resigned Nov. 9 to return to his native Texas.
A native of Cuba, Gutierrez was chief executive officer of Kellogg Co.
veterans affairs
msnbc.com
who's who of cabinet changes
President Bush on Dec. 9 nominated former Republican National Committee Jim Nicholson to head Veterans Affairs. Nicholson is a decorated Vietnam veteran and former U.S. ambassador to the Vatican.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Anthony Principi announced his resignation on Dec. 8.
US trade representative
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who's who of cabinet changes
Robert Zoellick is expected to leave, but there are no leading candidates to succeed him.
Possible successors include Gary Edson, former deputy assistant to the president for international economic affairs, and Grant Aldonas, undersecretary of commerce for international trade.
treasury secretary
who's who of cabinet changes
msnbc.com
President Bush asked Treasury Secretary John Snow to stay in his administration on Dec. 8, and Snow agreed.
transportation secretary
who's who of cabinet changes
msnbc.com
The White House announced on Dec. 9 that Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta has agreed to President Bush's request to remain in the Cabinet for the second term.
interior secretary
who's who of cabinet changes
msnbc.com
The White House announced on Dec. 9 that Interior Secretary Gale Norton has agreed to President Bush's request to remain in the Cabinet for the second term.
housing and urban development
msnbc.com
who's who of cabinet changes
The White House announced on Dec. 9 that Housing and Urban Development Secretary Alphonso Jackson has agreed to President Bush's request to remain in the Cabinet for the second term.
labor secretary
who's who...
msnbc.com
The White House announced on Dec. 9 that Labor Secretary Elain Chao has agreed to President Bush's request to remain in the Cabinet for the second term.