U.S. Postal Service

Bosnian Immigrants Plead Not Guilty in Terror Financing CaseAn immigrant couple from Bosnia pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal charges of funneling money and military supplies to extremist groups in Iraq and Syria.
Postal Service Braces for Busiest Mailing DayThe U.S. Postal Service is bracing for its yearly rush.
Postal Workers Object To Mail Delay ProposalFriday afternoon demonstration in downtown St. Louis warns public of postal service cuts
Postage Stamp Honors Korean War VeteransU.S. Postal Service unveiled design at Saturday's Veterans Day Observance in downtown St. Louis.
Postal Office Seizing More Marijuana in the MailNationwide arrests have increased 14 percent.
Forever Stamps Now Cost 49 CentsFirst-class postal rate went up, Sunday.
Metro East Postal Worker Accused of Stealing PackagesJane Johanna Emily, 41, entered a not guilty plea this week to charges of obstruction of mail, theft of U.S. mail by a postal employee, and opening of mail.
U.S. Post Office Kicks Off Three Day Job FairValerie Welsch with the Gateway District says they're expanding despite the agency's much-publicized financial woes.
Letter Carriers Rally In The SnowUnion members support keeping Saturday mail delivery beyond September.
Postal Workers To Picket Downtown SundayThe purpose -- to inform people about how the U.S. Postal Service could avoid cutting Saturday delivery.
McCaskill Opposed To Postal Service's Saturday Cut"We've got the best, the most reliable, the fastest, and most universal postal service in the world. I just don't think we should give up on that,"
Purple Heart Stamp UnveiledU.S. Postal Service had new first-class postage option ready to debut at Veterans Day observances.

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