Washington, D.C. -
The U.S. Postal Service has said that it has stopped pushing to end its Saturday delivery service in order to close budget shortfalls because congress couldn't pass legislation.
The Postal Service is a branch of the federal government but it run like a private corporation without any taxpayer money.
In the past, the USPS operated at a profit, but as the internet boomed as well as digital signatures and new security methods, along with coupon and spam mail, the Post Office began loosing money and now operates with $15 billion in debt hanging over its head.