News From Around the Web: June 4 Edition

June 4th, 2012

In today’s top news, George Zimmerman’s lawyers are expected to request his release from jail after his bond was revoked Friday, a deadly plane crash kills 163 in Nigeria and Nicki Minaj is boycotting the 2012 Hot 97 Summer Jam concert after a diss from a radio personality.

George Zimmerman’s lawyers are expected to request his release from jail after his bond was revoked Friday. [BET]

A deadly plane crash kills 163 in Nigeria. [CNN]

Nicki Minaj boycotts the 2012 Hot 97 Summer Jam concert after a diss from a radio personality. [BET]

A white Tennessee Baptist’s radio show is canceled over insensitive comments about the Trayvon Martin case. [USATODAY]

Lauryn Hill gets rave reviews for her comeback concert in New York this weekend. [BET]

Facebook may soon allow children under age 13 to set up profiles on the site. [BBC]

Jobless rate for Americans is four points below the average. [USATODAY]

A tragic car crash in Ohio killed the car’s teen driver and two teen passengers just hours before the driver’s high school graduation. [MSNBC]

Mother of a 5-week-old baby is in police custody today after she placed the baby on the roof of her car and drove off. [MSNBC]

The child abuse case of former Penn State football coach, Jerry Sandusky, is slated to begin tomorrow. [Reuters]

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