Topic: John Seewer

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  • Will Saturday cuts save the Postal Service?

    Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe announced plans to reduce Saturday deliveries beginning in August. The Postal Service says the changes will save $2 billion annually. Though The Postal Service lost $15.9 billion last fiscal year, some in Congress and elsewhere oppose the Saturday cutbacks. 

  • Boy Scouts reconsidering anti-gay policy (+video)

    Boy Scouts of America may soon give local troop leaders the power to choose not to discriminate against LBGT scouts, troop leaders, and den mothers — a major change from their previous blanket no-gay policy.

  • Campaign 2012: Is Obama betting it all on Bill?

    There's no arguing that former President Bill Clinton has been an asset on the campaign trail for President Barack Obama. In the final days of the campaign, especially in the battleground states, Obama is leaning heavily on Clinton.