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    A gaming slump is eating into the profits of Mohegan Sun, but the 2,000 tribal members who draw benefits from the massive casino aren't feeling the pinch - not with money coming in from a burgeoning Mohegan Tribe gaming empire.

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    Orender proud of time as WNBA president

    Donna Orender is proud of what she accomplished during her time as president of the WNBA.

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