Vanity Fair editor: 'Don't expect us to turn into Huffington Post anytime soon'

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"In this age of constant information availability, it's important to take a step back every now and then -- once a month sounds about right -- to immerse ourselves in the stories that define our times," writes Graydon Carter. "At Vanity Fair, our writers continue to do what they've always done, ferreting out everything there is to know about a given subject and then pulling it all together in a gripping, satisfying narrative."
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