News From Around the Web: May 18 Edition

May 18th, 2012

In today’s top news, BET.com takes a look back at the contributions of the late, legendary Donna Summer, Trayvon Martin’s autopsy results show that he has marijuana in his system and police say Trayvon Martin’s death was “ultimately avoidable.”

BET.com takes a look back at the contributions of the late, legendary Donna Summer. [BET]

Trayvon Martin’s autopsy results show that he had marijuana in his system. [BET]

Police say Trayvon Martin’s death was “ultimately avoidable.” [CNN]

The Game stars Tia Mowry and Pooch Hall not returning for season 6. [BET]

Satirical cartoon The Boondocks will be returning for another season. [HipHopWired]

Facebook prepares to debut on Wall Street. [Reuters]

Michelle Obama reportedly talked divorce. [New York Post]

Notorious 1980’s drug dealer is arrested in NYC. [AP]

The U.S. to assign an Army brigade to various countries in Africa for training. [AP]

Obama to announce a $3bn plan to boost food security and farm productivity across Africa . [BBC]

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