A Twitter thread chronicling Georgia mailman Floyd Martin’s last day on the job after 35 years of service has gone viral, reaching thousands.
A partial government shutdown wouldn’t cancel Christmas, but some of the people making things run smoothly ahead of and after the holiday could be affected.
If you’re sending out packages this holiday season and want to ensure they get to your loved ones in time for Christmas, make sure to get them to the post office or shipping store before the deadline.
Around a dozen apartment complex residents say they haven’t received mail since an alleged drunken driver knocked over their mailboxes six months ago.
Law enforcement agencies were deploying additional resources to South Florida in an all-out effort to find who mass mailed the bomb packages that authorities say are meant to maim and kill, the sources said.
Seven people who work at the D.C. Department of Corrections were sent to the hospital after they were exposed to a suspicious substance initially thought to be fentanyl. Further tests indicated that the substance was, instead, synthetic cannabinoid.
Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge discusses the security gap posed by international mail in this week’s edition of The Hunt.
Hundreds of millions of packages are sent to the U.S. from other countries each year. Private shipping companies such as FedEx and UPS have to collect “advanced electronic security data” on the ones they handle; the U.S. Postal Service is supposed to, but doesn’t.
The U.S. Postal Service posted a $1.6 billion third quarter loss, and reported that first-class mail volume continued to fall last quarter.
Starship, a European company started by the co-founders of Skype, got approval last week from the D.C. Council to begin testing their delivery robots on Washington sidewalks.
The family of a 3-year-old girl with brain cancer said the simple act of getting mail is helping brighten her day.
WASHINGTON — Last Friday, a 12-year-old boy in Utah was begging for junk mail to read, the only material he had access to. Now, thanks to his mail carrier, he doesn’t have to. Ron Lynch was…
While it may be convenient, some things shouldn\’t be shipped in the mail.
It\’s starting to trickle in, but many Bethesda residents are going on their 7th day without mail delivery and local representatives are weighing in.
The WTOP Answer Desk set out to learn which wheels of government would continue to turn and which might grind to a halt.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.