The premise that the U.S. Postal Service is hemorrhaging more than $5 billion a year is false.
When Walmart ditched its Amazon Prime-style subscriptions and offered free two-day shipping for all orders over $35, it was a shot across the bow -- we might not compete directly, but we can still undercut you.
On February 20, 1792, President Washington formally created the U.S. Postal Service with the signing of the Postal Service Act, which outlined in detail Congressional power to establish official mail routes.
If you think your mailbox is fuller on Saturdays than it used to be, it’s not your imagination.
Virginia State Police confirmed a man was killed Saturday afternoon in a crash with a U.S. Postal Service truck.
The new stamp marking the 100th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s birth will be available at Post Offices nationwide Feb. 21.
Earlier this week, Linn’s Washington correspondent Bill McAllister reports that Rep. Michael C. Burgess, R-Texas, wants to prevent the United States Postal Service from raising “funds through specialty stamps and give those funds to its own preferred designations
The Postal Inspection Service is offering new videos that provide tips to help protect customers from becoming mail scam victims.
The Post has set up a false dilemma for its readers: that we must curtail postal services (including Saturday delivery) and eliminate jobs to save the USPS from certain deterioration and failure. They base this on claims that the Postal Service “can’t pay their bills” and is sluggish to innovate.
THE BRONX, N.Y. — Did you ever hear of mailbox fishing? Most people haven’t, but it’s a growing problem in the Bronx.
WAUKESHA, WI — A Waukesha postal carrier had to contact a home resident himself after a package thief attempted to steal the package on the 600 block of Scott Ave
Caceres claims the post office worker was speeding when they ran over her long hair chihuahua.
An Arkansas woman contracted to provide postal services and an accomplice are accused of faking an armed robbery to steal $16,000 in money orders and cash from her workplace, according to police.
Madison, Wis. - John W. Vaudreuil, United States Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin, announced that Belinda Chizek, 47, Prentice, Wis., was sentenced February 14 by U.S. District Judge James D. Peterson to two years of probation and fined $3,000 for felony mail theft of $500.
But supposing that occurred, would the White House give it the thumbs-up? Trump has not said anything about postal reform. It is, however, difficult to see any compelling reasons for him to sign the Chaffetz bill into law.