True 'Snail Mail': USPS To Slow Delivery Starting October 1Mail delivery for many Americans will slow starting on Friday, part of the Postmaster General's blueprint for overhauling the U.S. Postal Service.
USPS Has Shorted Some Workers' Pay For Years, Center For Public Integrity Investigation FindsManagers at hundreds of post offices around the country have illegally underpaid hourly workers for years, arbitrators and federal investigators have found.
Brace For Higher Postage Stamp Prices And Slower DeliveryChanges are coming to the U.S. Postal Service that will have consumers paying more for stamps starting in late August while potentially facing longer delivery times for mail.
USPS Down Thousands Of Workers Due To COVID-19 As Struggles With Demand Continue“Tomorrow is Christmas Eve and I'm getting probably over 45 messages from people saying ‘Where's my package?’” North Texas business owner Loren Oldham said.
Postal Service Struggling To Get Holiday Packages Delivered In Time For ChristmasIn addition to the historic number of packages, the Postal Service said the delays are also caused by a temporary employee shortage because of the pandemic.
Attention Procrastinators! Today Is The Last Day To Send Christmas Gifts Via Ground ShippingToday -- Dec. 15 is the deadline for USPS retail ground service for expected delivery by Christmas.
Postal Service: Send Packages Early To Arrive By ChristmasMany Americans turned to online shopping to avoid crowded stores. Now the United States Postal Service is working to prepare for a busy holiday season.
815 Mail-In Ballots Found In Texas Mail Processing Facilities During Search Ordered By JudgeA U.S. district judge ordered the U.S. Postal Service to search its facilities Wednesday for mail-in ballots and submit a report on how many were found.
Judge "Not Pleased" After Postal Service Failed To Meet Deadline On Mail-In Ballot OrderA federal judge is criticizing the U.S. Postal Service for failing to comply with a deadline to sweep several facilities for missing mail-in ballots on Election Day.
Judge Orders Sweep Of Postal Facilities In Texas, 5 Other States For Mail-In BallotsA federal judge has ordered U.S. Postal Service inspectors to sweep locations in several states for left behind mail-in ballots and to send them to be counted immediately.
Federal Judge Orders Post Office To Take 'Extraordinary Measures' To Get Ballots ProcessedCourt filings confirm ballots are getting to some American voters late now a federal judge is stepping in, ordering the United States Postal Service to take the "extraordinary measures" the agency announced earlier this week to address the slow down.