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A recent Pew research poll stated that Americans have a 91 percent positive view of the United States Postal Service. However, a poll done by the USPS noted a drastic ...
November 25, 2022
4 Women Depart UK for Antarctic to Run World’s Most Remote Post Office—and Count Penguins—for Winter
An all-female team of four is getting ready to travel 9,000 miles from England to Antarctica on a mission ...
October 29, 2022
British Post Office Workers Strike Over Pay Dispute
Supply chain and administrative workers at the UK's Post Office are staging a 24-strike on Thursday over pay. Members ...
July 14, 2022
California Post Offices Could Be Renamed After Fallen Servicemen
A pair of congressional bills were introduced this week that would change the name of two Orange County ...
February 16, 2022
Drew Van Voorhis
Horizon Scandal: UK Post Office Offers Compensation to 777 of 2,500 Postmasters
The Post Office has offered compensation to 777 of the 2,500 postmasters who applied for compensation over a ...
January 11, 2022
Privacy Group Challenges USPS Surveillance Operation
A prominent internet privacy group is suing the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), alleging that its social media surveillance ...
August 18, 2021
Experts: Mail-In Balloting May Deliver Fraudulent Votes
An online Heritage Foundation panel told viewers that voting by mail, which is being expanded dramatically across the ...
August 18, 2020
Canadian ‘Valentine’s Day’ Postmarks Popular Around the World
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, four Canadian post offices with romantic names are gearing up for ...
February 6, 2013
Senate Postal Reforms May Not Save USPS
The U.S. Senate approved major reforms to the struggling U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Wednesday but the Postal Service ...
April 26, 2012
USPS Says Multibillion Dollar Losses Preventable
Officials with the nation's postal carrier say it's the additional $5.5 billion congressionally mandated bill that's breaking the ...
November 17, 2011
New Jersey Schools Use State Guidelines to Justify Biological Boys in Girls’ Locker Rooms
Another Year of Net Migration Loss for California, New Data Shows
PREMIERING NOW: Mike Benz (Part 2): How the ‘Department of Dirty Tricks’ Turned on Americans
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GOP Fights Biden Deal That Lets Other Countries Tax US-Based Profits
Stress: The Silent Killer From an Army Dependent’s Perspective
Florida Seeks to Ban Vaccine Discrimination
Dan M. Berger
Positive COVID Test Result No Longer Required to Prescribe Paxlovid, Lagevrio: FDA
Democrats Approve Biden’s Plan, Making South Carolina the First 2024 Primary State
Shen Yun Is ‘An Unprecedented Contribution,’ Says Dominican Orchestra Director
NC Supreme Court Hands Win to GOP on Redistricting, Voter ID