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Ex-NYC police chief seen as Ridge successor

Kerik would lead Homeland Security; shake-up continues

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / December 3, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- President Bush plans to nominate Bernard Kerik, who led the New York City police through the crisis of the 2001 terrorist attacks, as the next Homeland Security secretary as early as today, according to Republican officials. (Full article: 871 words)

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