US judge temporarily blocks 'politically motivated' USPS changes

"The states have demonstrated that the defendants are involved in a politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the postal service."

Congresswoman denied access to mailing facility, hints at electoral fraud

“If DeJoy thinks he can just throw a bed sheet over what’s going on behind these doors, he is sadly mistaken. It looked like the post master had something to hide.”

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Trump campaign sues Democratic Montana governor to limit mail-in voting

The Trump campaign has also taken legal action to block mail-in voting procedures in Nevada and New Jersey. Election experts have said there is scant evidence of fraudulent postal voting in the past.

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Ahead of US elections, opinions on mail-in voting are divided – study

Factors involved include state, race and candidate of choice.

Israel Postal Company branch in Jerusalem
Israel Post expected to be hit by NIS 50m. in losses in 2nd quarter

The losses were caused by a drop in sales and package deliveries, along with the halt in operations of international trading companies such as Alibaba.

Why do Israeli services treat the public as the enemy? – opinion

If Israel’s national leaders could find a front-of-house way to practice niceness to people we would all feel better.

Jewish groups sound alarm on protecting the right to vote by mail

Here’s a look at what Jewish groups are doing to make sure voting is easy this year.

US President Donald Trump heads to a fundraising event at the home of Louis DeJoy.
Republican donor named US postmaster general

The Postal Service's Board of Governors announced it had chosen North Carolina businessman Louis DeJoy to be the US postmaster general

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Two in three Americans expect coronavirus to disrupt Presidential election

More people thought the election would be disrupted than were at least somewhat confident that the election will be fair and accurate.

A woman stands at the counter inside a Israel Post office in Jerusalem
Israel Post to begin checking all mail for tariffs: delays, fees expected

Up until now, Israel's postal service was not required by law to check every package in order to evaluate and charge taxes and tariffs, as are private companies such as UPS and DHL.

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