New stamp will allow you to mail letters anywhere in the world for $1.10.
The cost of sending most letters and packages jumped slightly over the weekend when the U.S. Postal Service increased its rates to help cover the costs of delivering the mail. Forever Stamps, the ones that remain good despite future postal rate increases, increased to 46 cents Sunday. Here's a rundown of price increases: The USPS will also introduce a new First-Class Mail Global Forever Stamp. The stamp allows people to mail letters anywhere in the world for $1.10. In addition, several new shipping services products will be available in January. Free tracking will be offered to all packages, including retail Priority Mail and Parcel Post. Priority Mail rates also will see an increase. The new rates are as follows:
Mail service faces 'an extraordinary financial challenge' in the future, Michigan's U.S. senator says.
In late April, the U.S. Senate approved an important bill to reform the U.S. Postal Service. Though the bill was not perfect, it makes important changes to help the Postal Service adapt and thrive in the 21st century. And it includes an amendment that I helped write that I believe will help protect postal facilities in Michigan and across the nation from unjustified closures. There is little doubt that change is necessary; the Postal Service faces an extraordinary financial challenge, and it must make changes to take into account a new reality in which physical mail has in many cases been replaced by electronic communication. But in making these necessary reforms, we must ensure that all the American people can continue to rely on the U.S…