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Announcement comes as the Postal Service is heading into its busy holiday season.

USPS Posts $5.1 Billion Net Loss in 2015 Despite Growing Revenue

Aside from costs incurred from unique congressional mandates, the Postal Service was operationally profitable.

IRS Becoming a 'Self-Service Store,' Deputy Commissioner Says

Supervisor of exempt-organizations unit touts improvements but laments budget cuts.

Stockholm's city flag is inspired by a mediaeval seal of the city featuring St. Eric.

On Gender Equality, There Are the Nordic Countries and There’s Everybody Else (Including the U.S.)

Countries like Finland, Sweden and Denmark had the least discrepancy between the attitudes of male and female respondents on the survey.

Should HUD Ban Smoking in Public Housing?

The proposed smoking ban protects vulnerable people, but also imposes more regulations on them.

Obama Slams Trump on Immigration

"Imagine the images on the screen flashed around the world as we were dragging parents away from their children," Obama tells George Stephanopoulos

A Secret Service agent rides his bike on Pennsylvania Avenue outside the White House in April.

Police Arrest Secret Service Officer for Sending Naked Photos to Cop Posing as a Teenager

An employee of the protection agency has been arrested for sending naked pictures to a minor.

CBP Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowske speaks during a news conference in October 2014 about whether agents and officers should be required to wear body cameras.

Feds Will Soon Begin Limited Testing of Body Cameras

Border Patrol union oppose the technology; CBP wants more studies.

Crack Open the Black Box to Fix Hiring

Better workforce data can help government tackle its recruitment challenges.

New Defense Employees Will Be on Probation Longer

Legislation headed to the president would extend to two years the probationary period for new hires at the department.