DeJoy charges ahead with USPS cost-cutting despite beating financial projections

Timely delivery service remains poor, and critics hope Biden’s nominees, once confirmed, can increase pressure on Postal Service leaders.

The pandemic’s e-commerce shipping surge propelled the U.S. Postal Service to better-than-expected financial fortunes in the second quarter, the agency reported Friday, but its governing board and Postmaster General said they would press forward with controversial service cuts.

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