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The magnitude of the U.S. Postal Service’s unfunded liabilities for its retiree pensions and health benefits imperils the agency and its workforce. Now a Congressional proposal seeks to brighten the agency’s future finances – by shifting these liabilities onto federal taxpayers through the Medicare system. To read the rest of this...

Chairman Taub was confirmed by the Senate for a second term in December 2016. He served as vice chairman in 2013 and as Acting Chairman from December 2014 to December 2016. He was first confirmed to the Commission in October 2011, following an accomplished career with the Army and House...

At the 26th Universal Postal Congress (UPU) this fall, member countries voted to institute a new payment system for letters and small packages shipped by international mail. The Congress, which concluded October 7 in Istanbul, approved changes to the system known as Terminal Dues, by which postal operators exchange payment...