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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.
The postal service hasn't posted a profit since 2006.
The post office isn’t obsolete yet, but it will be soon if Congress continues with business as usual.