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Gina Champion-Cain was a pillar of the San Diego business community. She also happened to be running one of the largest Ponzi schemes of all time.
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It isn’t easy to be a Mets fan in Iowa.
To watch the Amazin’s barnstorm the U.S. last year in their once-in-a-generation march to the World Series, an Iowan had to buy a jumbo package of broadcasts including hundreds of games she didn’t want -- and excluding dozens she did.