White Supremacist Picks Fight With Black Boxing Champ, and More

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White supremacist picks a fight with black boxing champ: When 28-year-old white supremacist Daren Abbey began threatening Marlon Baker at an Idaho bar, he didn't realize his target was a champion fighter. Oops. When Abbey regained consciousness, he was arrested and charged with malicious harassment.

Washingtonians weigh in on loss of D.C.'s black majority: The country’s first city to have an African-American majority and one of its earliest experiments in black self-government is passing a milestone: Washington's black population slipped below 50 percent this year. From politicians to old-time residents to gentrifiers, no ones seems to be able to agree on exactly what this means.


Slate names Gaga's manager top real-life problem solvers: Troy Carter, Lady Gaga's business manager, started his career working for Will Smith's Overbrook Entertainment and Sean "Diddy" Combs at Bad Boy Records, where he helped promote artists including the Notorious B.I.G. He graduated to managing his own artists and now heads the Coalition Media Group, which takes care of YouTube star Greyson Chance and his superstar, Gaga.

Welcome to Anthony Mackie's New York bar: New York magazine talked to the Adjustment Bureau star at his new NoBar on Nostrand Avenue in Bed-Stuy. 

In other news: 'Single Ladies' Gets Another Season.

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