US Postal Service Mail Delivery Is Getting Worse, Putting Ballots At RiskNew statistics show the U.S. Postal Service is doing a worse job of delivering the mail on time, raising concerns that some election may be delayed.
Irving Police Investigate Letter Sent To Family Saying 'Return Back To Your Country'"We take harassment and hate crime extremely serious. An investigator has been assigned to this case," Irving Police said Monday.
Postal Services Warns States, Including Texas, It May Not Be Able To Deliver Mail-In Ballots On TimeThe U.S. Postal Service is warning states, including Texas, that voters risk not getting their ballots back to election offices in time because of lags in mail delivery.
US Postal Service Expects To Deliver 13 Billion Pieces Of Mail This Holiday SeasonWith only 13 days left, time is ticking to get your holiday gifts and cards shipped to make those delivery deadlines.
FedEx Absolutely, Positively Cuts Ties With AmazonYou may absolutely, positively get your Amazon order overnight, but it won't be from FedEx.
U.S. Postal Service Honors Former President George H.W. BushThe U.S. Postal Service today issued a new commemorative Forever stamp saluting former President George H.W. Bush.
Officials: Man Spent $374K Using Stolen Credit Cards He Bought From Fort Worth Mail CarrierAuthorities say a man bought Fort Worth residents' credit cards from a mail carrier and used those cards to make fraudulent purchases worth about $374,000, according to criminal complaint.
Identity Theft Suspect Caught With Stolen Mail, W-2s And Drugs In ArlingtonArlington Police said they saw Michael Queen pull into an alleyway and rummage through a dumpster. They said his car was full of people's mail.
USPS Honors Entertainer Gregory Hines With 42nd Black Heritage StampThe U.S. Postal Service is honoring entertainer Gregory Hines with a Black Heritage Series postage stamp.
Check This Off Your Christmas List: Santa Claus Stamps!The Santa images are from Haddon Sundblom paintings created for The Coca-Cola Company holiday advertisements that ran from the1940s through the early 1960s.
Postal Service Proposes 5 Cent Increase To First-Class StampThe U.S. Postal Service is seeking to increase the price of its first-class stamp by 5 cents to 55 cents to help stem its mounting red ink.