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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Postal News: Postal Service Exposes Personal Data of 60 Million People

"...The security hole allowed anyone with an account to find the following account details of other users: email addresses, user IDs, phone numbers and more. The USPS says that it has no data that suggests that any customer records were accessed as a result of the flaw..."    


This Article is From: finance.yahoo.com
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Monday, November 19, 2018

Retired postal worker plays same numbers for 25 years, hits $343.9M Powerball

"...Fox News reports that Robert Bailey, a retired postal worker, won with perseverance and the lucky combination of 8-12-13-19-27-4 on Oct. 27, The New York Times reported. On Wednesday, he collected his check at the Resort World Casino in Queens. He opted for the lump-sum payout of $125,396,690, after taxes..."    


This Article is From: www.wdrb.com
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Monday, November 12, 2018

Postal Employees: You will pay more in retirement for health insurance (FEHB)

Did you realize as a postal worker you will pay more in retirement for your FEHB health insurance than you do now? As a postal worker, your unions have negotiated a lower cost for your share of the FEHB premium, but when you retire you pay what other federal employees do in retirement. Reg Jones over at FEDweek gives the best explanation I have found. He explains it in a very informative article entitled, 'Health Insurance in Retirement'.    


This Article is From: The Postal Newsgroup
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Saturday, November 3, 2018

At Least 2 Dead In Building Collapse At Amazon Warehouse In Baltimore

"...'There was stuff falling everywhere, you could see the walls were caving in,' one employee said..."    


This Article is From: www.huffingtonpost.com
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Friday, November 2, 2018

US Postal Service wants 'cluster' apartment-style mailboxes for new single-family houses

"...The demand for centralized delivery as the only acceptable option came directly from the postal service, Sanderson said. “They’ve mailed us, emailed us and called us,” he said. “It wasn’t a friendly conversation by any means..."    


This Article is From: www.knoxnews.com
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