Perhaps the party that controls Congress could exercise that power.
It was a challenging year for the United States Postal Service, but longtime USPS observer Steve Hutkins helped his readers break down the headlines.
The postal service delivered medicine, fruits, protective gear and ventilators. It even ferried money to locked-down residents.
The USPS Office of Inspector General found that the Postal Service was using several applications laded with vulnerabilities that could have led to a hack with a potential financial impact of over $1 billion.
"We must sexualize the USPS in order to save it" might be one of the most emblematic statements made all year—but the post office has long been horny as hell.
Across the board, “on-time” scores have fallen sharply since early July, the presentations show.
Louis DeJoy spent 30 years as the CEO of New Breed, where, he says, he built the business skills needed to save the post office. Employment lawsuits show the company was repeatedly accused of racist and sexist harassment and wage theft.
After a WhatsApp message promised that people could avail financial benefits up to Rs 15 Lakh, thousands queued up at the local post office despite the authorities insisting it's not true.
It didn't work out for Charlie and Mac, and it didn't work out for this guy.