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U.S. Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe said Monday that the Postal Service is in "a deep financial crisis" because it has a "business model that is tied to the past." Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Postmaster: Postal Service In Dire Financial Straits

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In S.C., GOP Hopefuls Outline Positions

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Obama Urges Congressional Action On Jobs

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Roberto Paternostro, the music director of the Israel Chamber Orchestra. Israel Chamber Orchestra hide caption

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A Tradition Shattered: Israelis Play Wagner At Bayreuth

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Saudis Uneasy Amid Arab Unrest

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Accused Shooter Appears In Court

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Senate Approves Sweeping Financial Overhaul

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Nat King Cole at the piano in 1951, the year "Too Young" was a huge hit. Hulton Archive / Getty Images hide caption

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Nat King Cole: An Incandescent Voice

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Pentagon Moves To Lift Ban On Women In Subs

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Obama Lauds Senate Jobs Vote

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