Week In Review With Daniel Schorr President-elect Barack Obama spent his week doing a little cabinetmaking for his administration. Early in the week, he named his choices for Health and Human Services, Homeland Security and attorney general. But the marquee names were leaked yesterday when media reports unofficially revealed Mr. Obama had made his choices for Commerce, Treasury and secretary of state.
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Week In Review With Daniel Schorr

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Week In Review With Daniel Schorr

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President-elect Barack Obama spent his week doing a little cabinetmaking for his administration. Early in the week, he named his choices for Health and Human Services, Homeland Security and attorney general. But the marquee names were leaked yesterday when media reports unofficially revealed Mr. Obama had made his choices for Commerce, Treasury and secretary of state.

That final office brought in a big name, and a big surprise: Hillary Rodham Clinton.

NPR's Scott Simon reviews the week's news with NPR senior news analyst Daniel Schorr.