As questions linger about election-year changes to post office operations and service, congressional Democrats are trying to figure out how Republican donor Louis DeJoy came to be hired as postmaster general
Protesters gathered outside the Northwest D.C. home of the postmaster general Saturday morning after the U.S. Postal Service warned states that it can’t guarantee all ballots cast by mail for the November election will arrive in time to be counted. Hundreds marched through the streets of Adams Morgan, the neighborhood where Postmaster General Louis DeJoy lives. They staged a...