"[P]redatory fraud schemes like this one lead to immense emotional suffering for victims," said acting U.S. Attorney Juan Antonio Gonzalez.
The postal carrier was punched several times in the face, suffering broken facial bones and lacerations.
There have been several alligator sightings in the state over the past month, with at least two people bitten.
"The Postal Service will do everything possible to provide service to the community while emphasizing the safety of our employees and customers as our first priority," USPS spokesperson Rod Spurgeon told Newsweek in a statement.
The FBI is investigating the postmaster general over political campaign fundraising activity at his former business.
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Some companies are operating a modified service on November 27, when retailers will offer a host of discounts.
Officials say he may have been stealing money sent in greeting cards and checks in areas of Buffalo. In total, Wilson reportedly stole 813 pieces of mail including three absentee ballots.
The letters were found wrapped in rubber bands by officers in North Arlington in Bergen County on Friday.
The ongoing west coast wildfires have closed a total of 119 U.S. post offices, but residents in affected areas can pick up their mail elsewhere.
Louis DeJoy's large stake in his former logistics company, which is a major contractor for the Postal Service, should have posed far too great a risk for a criminal financial conflict of interest, the men testified to a congressional panel.
"This is just outrageous," Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz said after she was denied entry into a USPS facility for a spot check.
Americans should be able to vote safely and securely from the comfort of their home, just like many Democrats, Republicans and Donald Trump have been doing for years.
The new U.S. Postmaster General requires postal trucks to leave sorting facilities by specific times, even if they're empty.
Louis DeJoy dug his heels in during his daylong testimony, saying that he will not reconnect hundreds of mail-sorting machines that the Postal Service has decommissioned because they're not needed, despite mail delivery delays.
Many of the 671 decommissioned machines have been removed from post offices in swing states. Added to the existing crisis of delayed deliveries plaguing the federal agency, voters could see their ballots disqualified for missing their states' deadlines.
Louis DeJoy said the machines are no longer needed because of a decline in the amount of mail over recent years.
A liberal activist group will spend $1.5 million on efforts like a digital ad campaign and virtual get-out-the-vote efforts in key battleground states for Democrats, a move that the organization hopes will create a surge in absentee ballots and voter participation.
Louis DeJoy's agreement on Tuesday to delay certain attacks fell far short of what is required—his resignation or removal.
For now, there must be assurances that no barriers are put in the way of voters who wish to cast their ballots by mail.
Social media users are sharing pictures of locked mailboxes, appearing to lend credence to fears that the United States Postal Service (USPS) is being undermined ahead of the presidential election.
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.
Despite concerns raised by President Donald Trump that the U.S. Postal Service isn't up to the task of handling mail-in voting, agencies and contractors across the federal government already trust the USPS with classified material.
All postal and courier services are expected to resume normal hours across the country from Monday.
Hit hard by the coronavirus and key to postal voting in the November election, the USPS warns it could soon run out of money.
Louis Dejoy, a Republican fundraiser, is due to take up the role as of June 15.