As White House administration officials hint that Treasury Secretary John W. Snow will depart his post sooner rather than later, media reports are already swirling about who will be his successor.

Snow -- an economist who replaced ousted Treasury Secretary Paul H. O'Neill two years ago -- is expected to be the next casualty as President Bush continues to overhaul his cabinet for his second term. So far, eight cabinet secretaries have resigned, and more are expected to go in the next week or two, according to reports.

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