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Maya Angelou postage stamp revealed

The U.S. Postal Service has revealed its Forever postage stamp featuring Maya Angelou, the poet and author widely known for her autobiography "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings."

Here's What The US Postal Service Wants In Their Next Mail Truck

3 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

The USPS is replacing the squat little vans you're use to seeing around the neighborhood, and is now trying to find a replacement. This sketch has just been released as an idea of what the Postal Service has in mind. Read more...

After Eight Years of Losses, End the Government’s Postal Monopoly

Doug Bandow The United States Postal Service lost $5.5 billion last year. That is the eighth annual loss in a row and the third highest ever. The only good news is that it remains below the red ink tsunami of $15.9 billion in 2012. Why...Show More Summary

Tax Checks Go Up In Flames After Mail Truck Burns

What happens when the tax check is in the mail - but the mail truck is on fire? Residents in one Tennessee city found out when a U.S. Postal Service truck caught fire at tax time. How can you make sure that your tax payments are protected? Read on.

US Postal Service to Release a Maya Angelou Forever Stamp

There’s more than a few reasons we can think of to lead us to say “Maya Angelou Forever!” The latest is a slightly more tangible one: we’re talking about the US Postal Service’s announcement this Monday that it will release a Maya Angelou Forever Stamp. Angelou, who is the incredibly talented writer of numerous books […]

“Still I Rise”: USPS Honors Maya Angelou With “Forever” Stamp

Last Spring, when the beloved Maya Angelou passed, Twitter campaigned for the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to honor the iconic poet with a stamp to immortalize her heart-touching legacy for years to come. Fast forward to the present and Ms.

Maya Angelou stamp to be released by U.S. Postal Service

The U.S. Postal Service will release a "forever" stamp honoring writer Maya Angelou, the agency announced Monday. Angelou, best known for her memoir "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings," died last year at age 86.

Death Cab For Cutie - No Room In Frame

Sounds like: Ben Gibbard, The Postal Service, Stars Song: Death Cab For Cutie - No Room In Frame What's so good? Death Cab's new album Kintsugi has been a long time coming, but we're finally getting closer to the release. Last monthShow More Summary

Postal Workers and Postal Service Open Talks

The American Postal Workers Union (APWU) and the U.S. Postal Service began negotiations Thursday over a new contract, the first time the two have bargained in four and a half [KRC1] years. Heading into the negotiations, the USPS has a new postmaster general, Megan Brennan. Show More Summary

Union enters postal talks using Danny Glover star power to expand, not cut services

Contract talks began Thursday between the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and a reenergized union that seeks to broaden the field of play well beyond the negotiating room. Leaders from the American Postal Workers Union (APWU) met their USPS counterparts at the Hyatt Regency after a rousing pep rally the night before at the AFL-CIO headquarters. It featured […]

Union Pushes Post Office to Offer Financial Services

The American Postal Workers Union is making a big ask as part of contract talks it kicked off Thursday with the U.S. Postal Service: It wants the post office to expand customer offerings to include financial services.

Postal Workers And The Public Want A Postal Banking Public Option

Contract talks between the American Postal Workers Union (APWU) and the U.S. Postal Service for a new contract start Thursday. Along with asking for fair wages and benefits, the APWU wants improvements in customer services, including...Show More Summary

What you missed on 2.18.15

The US Postal Service needs new vehicles; Rolls-Royce is working on an SUV; Mercedes is creating an SL that commemorates the 1955 Mille Miglia. Those are the big stories for Wednesday, Feb. 18. 2015. Continue reading What you missed on 2.18.15 What you missed on 2.18.15 originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 18 Feb 2015 19:31:00 EST. Show More Summary

The USPS needs 180,000 new delivery vehicles, automakers gearing up to bid

The United States Postal Service has sent a request for information to automakers, seeking bids on a next-generation postal delivery vehicle. It needs 180,000 new trucks built with safety and package delivery in mind to replace the archaic Grumman LLV that's become a huge drain on service resources. Show More Summary

What's the Best Time Your Family Has Ever Trolled You?

2 weeks agoHumor : The Hairpin

by Jazmine Hughes Sisters: can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em, right??? Wrong. Sisters are nothing but terrible troll monsters who should be banished to live under bridges without access to the United States Postal Service. Last...Show More Summary

Japan Post Offers $5.1 Billion for Australian Package Delivery Company

The acquisition is the biggest ever for the Japanese postal service, Japan Post Holdings, and marks an ambitious new push into overseas markets.

Ten Vehicles That Should Be America's Next Mail Truck

2 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

The United States Postal Service is reviewing bids for America's new mail truck this summer, but we here at Jalopnik have already done the hard work for them. You're welcome, USPS. Read more...

Postal inspector general begins second review of mail-surveillance program

The Postal Service inspector general’s office is doing its second review of a controversial surveillance program that allows law-enforcement agencies to intercept suspects’ mail items before they are delivered to record their information. Show More Summary

If you think walking in Boston is bad, try delivering mail there

BOSTON — Tejal Patel has been delivering mail for the United States Postal Service in Boston for 13 years, but she can't recall a time when the snow made her job as frustrating as it has been on Saturday ahead of yet another blizzard. The month is only half over, but Boston has already been blitzed by its snowiest February on record. Show More Summary

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