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NEW YORK CITY (AFP) – Social networking giant Facebook Wednesday reached and then exceeded its 2012 IPO price of $38 a share for the first time since the company’s May 2012 initial public offering.

Shortly after the market opened at 1330 GMT, Facebook traded at $38.12, up 49 cents or 1.3 percent. The company’s IPO was priced at $38 a share. Facebook has only closed above $38 a share one time: its first day on the markets.

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The Boogaloo Boys Who Are Trying To Instigate Civil War

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Following the violent January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol Building, national security experts are pointing to the Boogaloo Bois as one of the extremist groups that law enforcement will need to keep a close eye on in the months ahead. Dallas-based journalist Michael J. Mooney examines Boogaloo's goals in an article published by The Atlantic this week, stressing that although they didn't have a "huge presence" in that attack, they have been inspired by it.

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