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How to empty the trash on your iPhone in 4 different apps to free up storage space

You can empty trash on your iPhone in four different apps – Mail, Photos, Notes, and Files. Here's how to empty trash on an iPhone to free up storage.
Floyd Martin had a retirement party he'll never forget.

A Georgia neighborhood celebrated their beloved mailman’s retirement after 35 years with a block party and a trip to Hawaii

Mailman Floyd Martin is proof that a little bit of kindness can go a long way. His neighborhood threw him a goodbye party he'll never forget.
The Forever 21 x USPS collaboration includes everything from joggers to T-shirts.

Forever 21’s new USPS clothing line includes a tube top that looks like it’s made out of shipping labels

The collection includes styles for men and women, such as T-shirts, joggers, tube tops, and jackets, among other apparel.
Postal workers on scooters in the 1910s.

30 vintage photos of postal workers from back in the day

The US Postal Service dates back to 1775. Here are 30 vintage photos of postal workers on the job.
United States Postal Service clerks sort mail at the USPS, just one of the many functions the USPS serves.

5 things your post office can do for you besides sending mail

From selling messenger bags to processing passports, the post office does so much more than just ship mail.
A mail delivery person pulls her cart through the snow in Brooklyn, New York.

The US Postal Service is suspending mail delivery in more than 100 ZIP codes because of the life-threatening polar vortex

Mail delivery will be suspended Wednesday in parts of Chicago, Michigan. Indiana, Ohio, Nebraska and more.
He had quite the journey.

A cat was accidentally shipped 700 miles from home after accidentally trapping itself in a box

Baloo was mistakenly shipped from Nova Scotia to Montreal after he unwittingly climbed into a cardboard box.

Here’s what actually happens to letters addressed to Santa at the North Pole

Millions of people send letters to Santa Claus asking for Christmas presents every year. What actually happens to letters addressed to the North Pole?