Some of President Bush's most high-profile--and embattled--Cabinet members may not stick around for his second term. Here's a look at who might go and who might replace them


It's no secret that COLIN POWELL is ready to hang up his pinstripes. But far less clear is where Bush will turn for his new top diplomat. One possibility is JOHN DANFORTH, the current ambassador to the U.N. He has support on Capitol Hill (where he served three terms as Senator from Missouri) and has won praise for pushing the Sudanese close to a peace deal after three years of negotiations. Another candidate is CONDOLEEZZA RICE. As National Security Adviser, she has dealt with virtually every foreign leader who matters but draws her influence more from her proximity...

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