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Big news today: Foreign Policy was acquired by the Washington Post Company. Read all about it here. What does this mean for Passport? For now, very little will change. We will still be sending out the Morning Brief each day, tackling serious issues like the financial crisis, posting on not-so-important topics like upside-down houses in ...

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Big news today: Foreign Policy was acquired by the Washington Post Company. Read all about it here.

What does this mean for Passport?

For now, very little will change. We will still be sending out the Morning Brief each day, tackling serious issues like the financial crisis, posting on not-so-important topics like upside-down houses in Germany, scrutinizing what the U.S. presidential candidates are saying and doing, and generally bringing you interesting tidbits from around the Web.

Big news today: Foreign Policy was acquired by the Washington Post Company. Read all about it here.

What does this mean for Passport?

For now, very little will change. We will still be sending out the Morning Brief each day, tackling serious issues like the financial crisis, posting on not-so-important topics like upside-down houses in Germany, scrutinizing what the U.S. presidential candidates are saying and doing, and generally bringing you interesting tidbits from around the Web.

Down the road, we’ll probably be looking to making some tweaks and changes to our editorial approach. And we’ll need your help. So, dear readers, start thinking about what you’d like to see more and less of, and feel free to weigh in via the comments section or by e-mail.

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