Congress is already congratulating itself on a bipartisan “reform” of the U.S. Postal Service. The House bill passed 342-92 this month, and it has good prospects in the Senate. Too bad this legislation is an accounting shuffle that’s comic in how much it misses the point. The USPS has lost money...

Federal legislation dedicating tens of billions in funding over the next ten years to the chronically cash-strapped US Postal Service will get a Senate vote Monday, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced Sunday. The Senate vote Monday evening will come after on Tuesday the House by a wide margin approved the equivalent...

Long-awaited legislation overhauling the Postal Service’s finances and operations sailed through the House Tuesday. The bipartisan legislation passed the chamber in a 342-92 vote, despite controversy over the head of the Postal Service that had threatened to tank Republican support for the legislation. Read the full article here....