CBS News reported this morning that the United States Post Office has decided to end Saturday delivery and will phase out the practice by the end of this summer.
Emotional observers are split on whether or not the Saturday delivery stoppage will be enough to save the beloved institution: Either the American institution remains as crucial as ever, or it's about to go the way of the fax machine. Here's a look at what's next.
Good and bad news for snail mail fans: To save money the U.S. Postal Service won't close your local branch, but it might reduce its hours to as little two a day.
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