WaPo

What does WaPo stand for?

The Washington Post

WaPo is a short form used for The Washington Post. This daily newspaper, founded in 1877, holds the title of being the most circulated paper in Washington, D.C.

When you pick up a WaPo, you’ll find various sections. It usually comes with a main section that includes front page news, international and national news, business updates, and editorials.

Other sections of the WaPo include the metro section, which is dedicated to local news. You’ll also find a style section which covers everything from pop culture, film, fashion, to fine and performing arts. Sports enthusiasts have their own section, and there’s also a classified section for job listings and more.

In 2017, the WaPo adopted a new slogan: “Democracy dies in darkness”. This slogan emphasizes the importance of a free press in a democratic society.

Example for using ‘WaPo’ in a conversation

Hey, did you read that article in WaPo today? πŸ“°

Yeah, I did! It was really interesting. πŸ€“

I always trust WaPo for reliable news. πŸ—žοΈ

Me too! They have great coverage on local and national issues. πŸ“°