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returned to on Thursday, his first appearance since the revelation of a Zoom call with other staffers of in which he exposed himself.
Toobin, legal analyst for the network, said that his behavior was “deeply moronic and indefensible,” and that “I didn’t think I was on the call. I didn’t think other people could see me.”
CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota asked Toobin on air, “What the hell were you thinking?”
Ellen DeGeneres Meets New Mom Lavi Mounga, Who Gave Birth During Flight
It was delivery by air. On Monday’s “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”, the host welcomes new mom Lavi Mounga of Utah, a woman who recently gave birth while on a plane flight. RELATED: Ellie Kemper Appears On ‘Ellen’ From Her Laundry Room Mounga, unaware she was even pregnant, describes going to the bathroom feeling like she had cramps, only to discover she was having contractions. Thankfully, also on the flight were Dr. Dale Glenn, nurses Lani Bamfield, Amanda Beeding, Mimi Ho, and physician assistant Lindsay Maughan, who all helped deliver the baby safe and healthy.
Toobin was fired from The New Yorker after the incident, and it was announced that he would take time off from the network.
“I am trying to become the kind of person that people can trust again,” he said.
More to come.
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Korean adoptee films pain of mother-child separations .
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Bringing her camera to a home for unwed mothers on South Korea’s Jeju island, Sun Hee Engelstoft anticipated an empowering story about young women keeping their babies. Instead, she ended up with a raw and unsettling documentary about how a deeply conservative sexual culture, loose birth registration laws and a largely privatized adoption system continue to pressure and shame single mothers into relinquishing their children for adoption.