8:52 p.m. ET: JuJu Chang send us a snap from the Asian American Journalists Association Quiz Bowl.
8:08 p.m. ET: World's scariest place to 'do one's business'
6:52 p.m. ET: A true sign of the times as one family with five daughters spends a grand total of $1.5 million on college tuition, board, and related expenses.
6:21 p.m. ET: HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius barely got out two sentences today before a protester at the Georgetown University Public Policy Commencement sprung to his feet calling her a "murderer," ABC News' Serena Marshall and Molly Hunter reported.
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4:24 p.m. ET: When it was all said and done, Facebook's stock price finished were it started:
2:55 p.m. ET: If you live in the southwestern part of the United States, you are in for a real treat on Sunday.
ABC's Ned Potter reports there will be a rare annular solar eclipse - a ring of sunlight as the new moon, passing between Earth and the sun, blocks most, but not all, of the sun's disc - on Sunday afternoon. Tweet us photos @Nightline!
12:29 p.m. ET: ABC's Dan Harris tweets:
12:01 p.m. ET: Tech blog Gizmodo reports that Facebook stock is trading at a record-breaking 2.7 million shares a second, but at the same time, they also humbly remind us that Facebook's IPO won't make the average person rich.
10:14 a.m. ET: Everywhere Lady Antebellum goes, "Club La Bellum" goes too (it even has its own Twitter feed). The Grammy award-winning country group showed ABC's Juju Chang how they like to unwind backstage before a concert, with a little ping pong and Kentucky bourbon.
9:30 a.m. ET: Let the trading games begin! Facebook IPO opens on the stock exchange.