Oregon Supreme Court to decide Kristof eligibility
The Oregon Supreme Court has agreed to determine whether former New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof is eligible to run for governor, less than a week after election officials declared him ineligible because he failed to meet the three-year residency requirement.
Ashley Judd describes how she 'nearly lost' her leg in Congo
FILE - In this April 30, 2018, file photo, actress Ashley Judd speaks during a discussion on feminism at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, Calif. Judd has recounted a painful ordeal that she believes almost cost her leg after tripping in a Congolese rainforest and having to be evacuated by motorbike. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)NEW YORK – Ashley Judd has recounted a painful ordeal she believes almost cost her leg after tripping in a Congolese rainforest and having to be evacuated by motorbike. She was carried out the rainforest in a hammock and back to camp. Then she was evacuated by motorbike, with a driver steering and another man “holding the top part of my shattered tibia together.” That trip lasted six hours. She described it as a “catastrophic accident” and added that she “nearly lost my leg.” She conducted the interview from a hospital bed in South Africa and revealed that if she wasn't a famous actor, she thinks she might have lost her leg and her life during the 55-hour ordeal.