The organization has struggled with declining mail volume and revenue, and shouldered a costly health care plan for retirees.
Since 2007, the United States Postal Service has reported net losses of nearly $100 billion.
Gift-givers seem to be paying attention to messages urging them to ship early.
The Postmaster General explains his controversial plan for the future of the Postal Service.
The pilot program emerges more than 50 years after the USPS ceased public banking.
Retailers are increasing shipping fees while fielding more calls from customers, asking, "Where's my package?"
State and local budgets are hurting from the pandemic and could use the help.
The USPS says veterans make up roughly one-sixth of its workforce.
Some small business owners say it's important to their bottom line to have a reliable service that's less expensive than other delivery options.
Congress passed a law in 2006 that requires the Postal Service to prepay health benefits for retirees. It's had trouble doing that.