newsSculptor seeking at least $10 million for Lady Liberty
December 26, 2017 11:00 AMLawyers for the Nevada sculptor whose image of Lady Liberty was placed on a 2010 United States forever stamp without his approval have told a federal judge the U.S. Postal Service owes the artist more than $10 million for using the copyrighted image.
newsContinuing decline in first-class mail volume highlights ‘strong headwinds’ facing USPS
August 14, 2017 09:45 AMDouble-digit increases in package mail volume have continued, but the executives noted that it’s more costly to move than letter mail and doesn’t contribute as much to the Postal Service’s overall expenses as first-class and marketing mail.
newsEclipse postmarks will be visible long after the total solar eclipse has passed
July 22, 2017 07:00 PMThe Jefferson City post office is planning to participate with a booth set up outside the main post office downtown. Along with selling stamps, the post office is offering an Aug. 21 postmark showing the sun in eclipse and the dome of the Missouri state capitol.
newsUSPS letter carriers violated federal law while working for Clinton presidential campaign
July 20, 2017 08:30 AMThe accusation, made at a July 19 Senate hearing, drew an immediate apology from Postmaster General Megan J. Brennan. She called the Postal Service’s violations of the Hatch Act “unintentional” and promised to end the abuses.