Blog: October 2018

Postal News Roundup

Postal News Roundup

Postal News Roundup

Postal News Roundup

Postal News Roundup

Postal Workers To Stand Against Privatization

It’s Your Post Office. Keep It. - Take it from a postal worker: If the U.S. sells its public mail service, consumers will lose big time.

Postal unions call National Day of Action to stop privatization

Postal Service should not be for sale

The US Mail Is Not For Sale Rally October 8th

Congress must step up to save the US Postal Service as we know it

Portsmouth mayor seeks help on downtown post office

Suspected ricin detected in mail sent to Trump, Pentagon

Conway man charged after shooting at post office employee

Fort Gibson post office closed after 'minor package explosion'

Post Office Supervisor Transferred, Not Fired, After Harassment Claims, Worker Says

Semi-Truck Fire at Goleta Post Office Plant

Man arrested after shots fired at Arkansas post office

Car hits USPS building at 51st and Van Dorn Streets

New USPS mail processing plant to set open soon in Portland, Ore.

Coffey Park Residents Fight To Keep Individual Mailboxes During Post Wildfire Rebuild

Hope for a town without a post office

Enhancing Procedures Could Improve Product Scanning

Postal Retiree Health Benefits 

USPS internal SPM takes effect Oct. 1

USPS Mail Truck Decision Delayed as Prototype Tests Rolls On

What's new in the US, Canada and Mexico trade deal?

Trump administration says trade pact will bring auto jobs back to U.S.

Under the Fog of Kavanaugh, House Passes $3.8 Trillion More in Tax Cuts

How the Koch brothers built the most powerful rightwing group you've never heard of

Elizabeth Warren says she will take a "hard look" at running for president after midterms

7th Circuit says local 'right to work' laws invalid, creating split

The Roadmap to End ‘Right-to-Work’ Laws Could Run Through KentuckyWest Virginia poverty gets worse under Trump economy, not betterPostal workers vote to ballot for industrial action

Postal workers vote for strike ballot over 'horrific' cuts

New Zealand Post under fire for recording audio of postie drivers

Canada Post, union to hold weekend meeting in attempt to break up contract dispute

Postal workers hold morning act of solidarity