The time it takes for the USPS to deliver a package is dependent upon the kind of delivery service selected. Domestic delivery services available include Media Mail, USPS Retail Ground, First-Class Mail, Priority Mail an... More »

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The United States Postal Service delivery times vary depending on the origin and destination cities as well as the type of delivery requested, such as priority or overnight delivery. For example, Priority Mail Express of... More »

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According to the United States Postal Service, the expected delivery time for USPS Retail Ground, the ground shipping service that delivers to all U.S. addresses, is two to eight business days in the 48 contiguous states... More »

To use the USPS Track and Manage feature, visit the Track and Manage page on the USPS website, and enter the tracking number of any package shipped with services such as Certified Mail, Priority Mail and Registered Mail.... More »

USPS LiteBlue is a U.S. government website designed to function as an employee communications platform for employees of the United States Postal Service. It contains a wealth of information about career development, reco... More »

As of October 2014, the Sunday delivery option is available only in select cities. Senders who choose this option pay the USPS an additional fee. With this option, senders have to select Priority Mail Express as their sh... More »

Submit a USPS insurance claim form online by visiting the File a Claim page of USPS.com and following the online prompts to provide the necessary information. As of April 2015, customers may also call the USPS customer s... More »

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