State Department spokesman James Rubin is stepping down in April.
Rubin, assistant secretary of state for public affairs, is leaving to
join his wife, CNN reporter Christiane Amanpour, in London. His
successor will be Richard Boucher, who served as spokesperson for
secretaries of state James Baker, Lawrence Eagleburger and Warren
Christopher. Boucher is currently co-ordinator of the Asia-Pacific
Economic Co-operation Forum.