House lawmakers on Saturday approved $25 billion for the United States Postal Service (USPS) in a rare "emergency" vote Saturday—drawing the ire of Republicans.
The report arrived after Nancy Pelosi said the Postmater General's pause on operations is "wholly insufficient and does not reverse damage already wreaked."
"They're trying to tear apart our Postal Service piece by piece," Rep. Peter DeFazio said.
"Trump and his handpicked Postmaster General ... are trying to sabotage the Postal Service, suppress the vote and undermine democracy," Senator Bernie Sanders told Newsweek.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Sunday rebuked data showing "there's no evidence of widespread voter fraud," by simply flipping the burden of proof.
President Trump cited a case in Passaic County, New Jersey where 19 percent of votes were thrown out; however, it is unclear how many of those ballots were fradulent.
The 'Folklore' singer encouraged her fans to request early ballots and vote.
North Carolina, California, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Michigan have received letters from USPS warning that mail-in ballots may not be returned in time to be counted for the upcoming 2020 presidential election.
The Comedy Central show's Twitter account shared a joke connecting Trump to Ernst Stavro Blofeld from 1967's "You Only Live Twice."
"People in the U.K. have seen the impacts of privatization and want it back into the hands of the public," Senator Bernie Sanders told Newsweek.
Tax returns must be postmarked by the submission deadline in order for the IRS to consider them as filed on time.
All postal and courier services are expected to resume normal hours across the country from Monday.
Witnesses in the neighbourhood heard gunshots and rushed to assist the postal worker who told them he couldn't feel his legs.
A postal service worker refused to deliver mail to a Long Island homeowner due to an offensive Halloween decoration.
The letters, which are more than a decade old, are being sent on with a label explaining the mail "was delayed."
Jesse Estep, 29, was arrested after he "intentionally swerved and drove the mail truck directly toward" deputies in Flagler County on June 8, the sheriff's office said.
The past fiscal year yielded a $1.2 billion operating profit—the second $1 billion profitable year in succession.
Rural congressmen object to shuttering post offices. But cutting daily deliveries is a nonstarter.
Something must be done to avoid a collapse of USPS that would entail a costly taxpayer bailout.
The King will be commemorated with a 'Forever' stamp as a part of Elvis Week in August.
New York Times investigation reveals a growing and unchecked Postal Service surveillance program