The Postal Service announced that it suffered a $200 million net loss in the first quarter of FY 2017.
Legislation has been introduced in the House that would make a number of reforms to the Postal Service including changes to current and retired Postal employees’ benefits.
A Twitter user claiming to be a Postal worker recently made a post about how he enjoyed destroying Donald Trump ballots for absentee voters that he found in the mail, but did this really happen?
Crimes against the Postal Service seem rampant in one section of California. 33 people, including a number of Postal Service employees, have been charged with various crimes.
A recent Gallup poll found that the US government is the least popular of any major industry in the US, however, the author says that it isn’t quite that simple and further analysis shows something much different.
For the third quarter, the Postal Service suffered a $1.6 billion net loss on $16.6 billion operating revenue.
The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association has sharply criticized plans by the House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Reform to require postal retirees, their spouses and survivors to enroll in Medicare Part B or forfeit their coverage in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.
The House version of a postal reform bill in Congress is better than the Senate version according to NARFE, although it thinks neither is ideal. What effect do these bills have on enrollment options in Medicare, and which federal retirees would be impacted?
Would the Postal Service benefit from expanding into new, non-postal business areas to try to shore up its ailing finances? A new report says no.