Bush Picks Judge to Head Homeland Security
President Bush selects federal appeals court Judge Michael Chertoff to be the new Homeland Security chief, replacing Secretary Tom Ridge. A former prosecutor, Chertoff led the Justice Department's criminal division from 2001 to 2003.
Jim Oliphant, managing editor, Legal Times magazine
Martin Kady, Homeland Security and intelligence Reporter, Congressional Quarterly
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