George W. Bush has nominated New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman to be the next administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Formerly second in command at the Department of Agriculture and Secretary of Food and Agriculture in California, Ann Veneman has been nominated to become the first female Secretary of Agriculture.
George W. Bush has tapped his boyhood friend and campaign manager to serve as the next U.S. Secretary of Commerce.
George W. Bush has selected Mel Martinez, the Cuban-born chairman of Orange County, Florida, to serve as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
Citing his experience both in the Office of Management and Budget and the private sector, George W. Bush has tapped Alcoa chairman Paul O'Neill to serve as the next Secretary of the Treasury.
The Chilean Supreme Court today upheld an appeals court ruling throwing out homicide and kidnapping charges against former dictator Augusto Pinochet.
Benjamin Netanyahu withdrew yesterday from the race for Israeli Prime Minister, even though polls suggest he could easily have ousted incumbent Ehud Barak.
George W. Bush hinted throughout the campaign that a Bush Administration would feature the popular former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Governor Bush has tapped Condoleezza Rice to serve as his National Security Adviser. Rice, who will become the first woman to hold the position, is a noted expert on Russia and a veteran of the National Security Council.
Al Gonzales, President-elect Bush's choice to serve as White House Counsel, has worked with the governor as both his Secretary of State and General Counsel.
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