The Post Office's inspector general uncovers unrestricted online snooping by postal cops without any legal authority.
The House passed the bill this week with little fanfare and broad bipartisan support.
The postal service is trying to get its fiscal house in order. It's also alienating large shippers of first-class mail.
The agency best known for delivering mail has a side hustle in online snooping.
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Postmaster Louis DeJoy told members of Congress that the post office must make changes to survive. Will Congress let it?
The postal service stands to lose $13 billion this year. But this is an ongoing trend, not a new problem created by the coronavirus pandemic.
Even if all presidential votes were cast through the mail and sent on the same day, they would amount to 30 percent of a single day's volume.
America's general election is facing both logistical and political hurdles, creating a feedback loop that threatens to derail the legitimacy of the results.
President Trump threatens to delay the election over at-home voting, but a bigger problem looms: States haven’t prepared for a huge influx of mail-in ballots.
If the U.S. Postal Service and the Postal Regulatory Commission disagree, does the case belong in federal court?
The USPS has lost $78 billion since 2007, but could lose as much as $13 billion this year as the pandemic has crushed mail volume.
For decades, the U.S. Postal Service has charged some countries less than it charges domestic shippers to move packages within the United States.
Revenue and mail volume is basically flat, but the USPS' operating expenses are out of control.
Trump's latest trade war maneuver will raise prices, but it's more defensible than his tariffs.
The Post Office must pay $3.5 million for using a "fresh-faced," "sexier" Statue of Liberty replica on a stamp.
The case for privatization is strong, but there are political hurdles.
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And President Trump is mad at Amazon for...ruining the postal service?
The U.S. Postal Service simultaneously clarifies and muddies its policy on cannabis promotion.
The legal justifications for the ban seem dubious.
The future for the USPS involves competing to deliver packages, or dying.
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Despite problems, the number has actually declined
8,000 jobs will be lost under the plan