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Political gamesmanship with a basic part of the economy explains why America is in decline.
U.S. postal workers say Congress is leaving agency out to dry.
People complain about the size of the government, but its agencies were able to provide relief to storm victims when private companies weren't.
Beyond closures and cutbacks, there is a host of other ways to boost the USPS bottom line.
Receiving a Christmas card still matters in a wireless world.
In a speech today, Postmaster General Donahoe called for greater postal service flexibility.
Postal Service expected to announce that it lost as much as $10 billion in 2011.
The new prices lift the cost of first-class stamp to 45 cents starting in January.
Bad business decisions—not a new recession—are behind the scary news about some big layoffs.
As the USPS runs out of money, Congress yawns.