United States Postal Service

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Bed-Stuy »

Dainton Coley spat on one woman and talked about "burning her temple down," police and sources said.

Bed-Stuy »

Marty Grace estimates that more than 50,000 postal employees wear his unofficial gear.

Bed-Stuy »

Dorriea Campfield was hit by a USPS truck in Bed-Stuy Tuesday morning, officials said.

Washington Heights »

Locals said their local post offices consistently fail to make much-needed deliveries.

Glendale »

Residents claim their neighborhood is being confused with nearby Ridgewood.

Financial District »

Rachel Meyers, 26, a USPS worker, was charged with assault for the blowup in a Financial District salon.

Long Island City »

The Queens Plaza post office's current lease expires at the end of August, officials said.

Bed-Stuy »

Shirley Chisholm was the first person of color to seek the presidential nomination of a major party.

Chelsea »

The U.S. Postal Service will not sell Old Chelsea Station, local politicians said.

Stuy Town »

The Peter Stuyvesant Post Office expects to move into a smaller space by March 2014, according to USPS.

Midtown »

The robber stole jewels and electronics, and led police on two wild foot chases, police said.

Concourse »

Critics say the USPS should find ways to keep open the iconic New Deal-era building.

Concourse »

Opponents have filed appeals and even proposed legislation, but the agency says the sale is advancing.

Flatiron »

A brand new post office opened near Madison Square Park on May 20, but some people missed the old one.

Bed-Stuy »

Complaints included missed packages, long lines and rude customer service.