US President Barack Obama got back to work, with an important item on his to-do list -- stocking his new Cabinet. Obama is expected to lose heavyweights including Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, for most if not all of his second 4-year term. Clinton has reiterated that she wants to reclaim a private life put on hold by decades in the spotlight. The President will also likely have to make changes to his White House staff with some senior aides expected to move on and others shifting to different jobs in the administration. UN ambassador Susan Rice, who has been close to Obama for years, has long been seen as a likely replacement for Clinton at the State Department.
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