Effective this weekend, the price of a first-class stamp will fall from 49 cents to 47 cents, when a temporary increase in postage approved in 2014 is lifted.
Five U.S. Postal Service employees have died in the last 14-months, sparking fears that their building may be filled with poisonous gas.
An Arlington business owner is under arrest for having marijuana delivered from California through the Postal Service, according to investigators.
WASHINGTON — Who better than the U.S. Postal Service to give advice on mailing holiday packages? John Budzynski, consumer advocate for the United States Postal Service, Budzynski, tells WTOP it’s USPS’ busiest time of year,…
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Officials say a former letter carrier dumped undelivered mail into a ravine in Virginia four times this year. The Virginian-Pilot reports (http://bit.ly/1GqiCzW) that a neighborhood man in Norfolk found the mail…
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — U.S. Postal Service officials are investigating an incident in which a Norfolk man reported a letter carrier threw trash bags full of mail into a ravine. Malikul Abdullah tells The Virginian-Pilot…
David Coleman, U.S. Postal Service representative, gives WTOP the scoop.
At least two U.S. Postal Service employees are under investigation for stealing gift cards from mail processed at a distribution center in Capitol Heights, Maryland.
Under the proposal, groceries would be delivered to your home before 7 a.m.
Want to make sure your stockings are stuffed and presents are under the tree by Christmas? Here\’s when you need to get things in the mail.
The new spending bill passed by Congress on Thursday continues the requirement for six-day mail delivery. But that hasn\’t ended debate over whether the Postal Service should and can end Saturday delivery.
The National Association of Letter Carriers begins its 20th annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive on Saturday, harnessing the reach of letter carriers to collect non-perishable food, including pet food, to combat what the association president considers \”staggering\” needs in 2012.
The move follows recent concern over lithium batteries found in tablets, smartphones and other electronic devices, that some international trade agencies believe could explode while aboard a plane. Companies that make these products currently charge extra for precautionary measures while shipping, mitigating the risk of an explosion, FastCompany.com reports.
Expect Post Office parking lots and lines for stamps to jammed until late Thursday afternoon.
The United State Postal Service will be issuing a stamp commemorating the upcoming 150th anniversary of the Battle of Antietam, according to a press release from the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau