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Topic - Charles Black
A former Maine man accused of trying to kill his wife by beating her with a rock and pushing her off a cliff lost his bid Tuesday to have charges dismissed over the way prosecutors obtained hundreds of pages of his medical records.
Emery Black used to make his father crazy with his constant phone calls.
Any kid who ever tap-danced at a talent show or put on a curly wig and auditioned for "Annie" can only dream of being as beloved - or as important - as Shirley Temple.
President Bush has invested the bulk of his dwindling political capital to push through an unpopular immigration-reform bill, which is being seen as a last-ditch effort during his remaining 19 months in office to leave behind a domestic achievement.
But Mr. Black said the campaign's communications director and others have been working on the release "for weeks," and is not timed to reduce the impact of whatever the records contain.
Mr. Black said the campaign's communications director and others have been working on the release "for weeks," and that it is not timed to reduce the impact of whatever the records contain.