USPS woes may bring end to Saturday delivery

The World

Receiving mail on Saturdays could soon be a thing of the past, if the United States Postal Service has its way. The organization, which has been struggling in the wake of an extreme dip in business, has proposed a set of changes that could help it survive, including ending deliveries on Saturdays and closing down offices.

For details on the proposed changes and how it could affect you, we speak to Ed O’Keefe, a federal government reporter and the author of the Federal Eye Blog for The Washington Post.

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