The Office of Inspector General found the agency did not have legal authority for searches in its "iCOP" surveillance program.
The Postal Reform Act, which is on its way to Biden’s desk for signing after passing the Senate, undoes some of the damage Congress did in 2006.
Manufacturer Oshkosh Defense is exploiting a long-standing loophole that incentivizes bigger, heavier vehicles that can pollute more.
The postal service says 5 percent of delivery routes are too long for electric vehicles, so it has no choice but to replace 90 percent of its fleet with gas cars. Seriously.
Perhaps the party that controls Congress could exercise that power.
Whether its Pokemon cards, swords, or gift cards, the USPS Mail Recovery Center can accommodate all your shopping needs.
Amazon says it has a process for blacklisting dangerous and racist customers from its drivers’ delivery routes, but a Motherboard investigation found it doesn’t always do so.
Prisons are increasingly copying mail to prevent contraband, but this means prisoners never get to hold letters and photos from loved ones. One company goes even further.
It will have both an electric and gas version, but it's not clear how many of each will be made.