Seriously, we’re as frustrated as you are—and so are postal workers.
Closures of mail processing plants have hit small newspapers hard. Take The Bullard Banner News in Texas. After the nearest USPS plant closed in June, the weekly paper’s route to local mailboxes now detours through a plant 120 miles away. One subscriber reported getting no paper for weeks—then three in a day.
Alarmed at the AFL-CIO's official silence, an Iraqi oil union leader and others drafted their own resolution, addressed directly to U.S. workers.
Newswatch: Direct Action Gets the AC, Tar Sands Train Explodes, Fired for Being 'Irresistible,' Beer Boycott, and More
Fast food strikers won air conditioners Friday afternoon. But an Iowa court upheld the firing of a dental assistant whose boss found her so attractive it was "a big threat" to his marriage.