An unprecedented congressional mandate threatens the Postal Service’s ability to continue to provide good jobs and universal service.
African Americans have the most to lose from Postal Service cuts and the most to gain from innovative reforms that help the poor, like postal banking.
Budget chicanery more than 15 years ago laid the foundation for a manufactured crisis that threatens the future of the postal service.
At a recent Senate hearing, some officials attempted to divert attention from the real cause of post office financial losses by blaming worker rights.
My grandfather was part of a long tradition of postal workers who sacrificed Christmas Eve with their families to deliver holiday packages.
The Postal Service is actually making a profit.