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The Plight of the Postal Service

Ralph Nader | Posted 07.03.2013 | Business
Ralph Nader

The United States Postal Service is in a freefall due to poor management, a starkly shortsighted, paralyzed Congressional leadership, and the steady march of right wing ideologues.

More Junk Mail? It's On Its Way

The Huffington Post | Harry Bradford | Posted 09.20.2012 | Business

Imagine a world without junk mail. Now stop, because the one real one is about to have a lot more of it. The United States Postal Service is cuttin...

Dave Jamieson

Postal Service On The Chopping Block | Dave Jamieson | Posted 11.21.2011 | Business

WASHINGTON -- The United States postmaster general and the leader of a major postal workers' union offered competing views on Monday of how to deal wi...

Congressman Issa Goes Postal

Jim Worth | Posted 12.05.2011 | Politics
Jim Worth

We're again being deceived by evil right-wing zealots -- this time they're lying about your postal service. The insufferable Congressman from Califor...

Dave Jamieson

Postmaster General Warns Of Default, Pleads For Congressional Help | Dave Jamieson | Posted 11.06.2011 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- The postmaster general pleaded with lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Tuesday to pass legislation that would help the postal service right it...

Recognizing Progress: The 1938 Celebration of Airmail Week

Kate Kelly | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Kate Kelly

Though the Internet makes airmail delivery seem quaint, the Postal Service led the way for progress in the commercial aviation industry--something we all very much benefit from today.

Postmaster General John Potter's $850K Pay Package Under Fire

ABC News | JONATHAN KARL | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

These are tough times for the post office, but not for the postmaster general. Even with stamp prices set to rise another two cents this May, the U....

Angry Kucinich Reminds Obama He Was Rival

Andy Borowitz | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Andy Borowitz

As President-Elect Obama continues to assemble his "team of rivals" by filling Cabinet positions with former political opponents, he has drawn the ire of one self-styled rival who feels he has been unfairly overlooked.