United States Postal Service

DeJoy "never knowingly violated" any campaign contribution laws, his spokesperson said.
Amber McReynolds fought Trump's lies about the mail. Now she's helping run the USPS.
The move could alter the course of an agency grappling with delivery delays and rumored cuts under its Republican leader.
Congress is likely to vote on the relief package, which includes new direct payments of $600, on Monday.
Twitter users lambasted the president's attempt to slow down the United States Postal Service to help his reelection chances.
The agency pretended to release the postmaster general's calendar in a lawsuit looking to get to the bottom of mail slowdowns ahead of the election.
Shipping companies are ramping up their holiday hiring while expanding their weekend operations.
Although he then told Project Veritas that he was sticking with his original claims, it's another blow to Trump's efforts to overturn the election results.
“The point here is not just about election outcomes. It’s about honoring the sacred right to vote.”
If you can't celebrate Thanksgiving or the December holidays with loved ones during the COVID-19 pandemic, here's how to mail them food.
It's still early, but the U.S. Postal Service seems to have avoided the systemwide meltdown that voters feared earlier this summer.
Delivery of absentee ballots is delayed in Detroit, greater Michigan and central Pennsylvania — and could swing the presidential election.
"Given 10 'dead letters' from the early 20th century that never made it through the postal system, I set out to track down the families of their senders."
New USPS numbers show slowdowns in cities like Detroit, where turnout is crucial for Joe Biden.
Many retailers are cutting off holiday shipments by mid-December this year.
The postal service is investigating what happened and officials apologized for any “inconvenience” for Sue Burgess' $1000 loss.
The postmaster general and the U.S. Postal Service argue they can't comply with a judge's order to return 700 high-speed mail processors to service.
U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero said the right to vote is "too vital a value in our democracy to be left in a state of suspense in the minds of voters weeks before a presidential election."
The Trump administration engaged in a "politically motivated attack" on the Postal Service when it implemented recent changes at the agency, a judge said Thursday.
The postal service was reportedly going to distribute 560 million reusable face masks across the U.S. before White House officials expressed concern that the move would cause "panic."