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The holiday season will provide the struggling U.S. Postal Service with a much needed infusion of revenue, but hardly enough to stop its financial meltdown.

As the mail service heads into the holidays buckling under a $5.1 billion debt, sending packages is just about the only business line that’s growing and in the black. Keep reading →

After a 200-year history of delivering snail mail, the U.S. Postal Service’s inspector general proposed Friday that going into the email business might help pull the agency out of debt.

According to the report, the so-called eMailbox would be run by USPS with security features, but there was no mention of crucial details such as how much it would cost or a timeline for launch. Keep reading →