Washington, D.C.—The U.S. Postal Service, struggling to avoid insolvency by the end of its fiscal year ending Sept. 30, has announced a list of 3,653 post offices in all 50 states that it is considering closing.
In its last fiscal year, the Postal Service recorded an $8.5 billion net loss, compared to a loss of $3.8 billion in the previous 12 months—and things aren't improving as communications increasingly move online. Last quarter the Postal Service lost $2.2 billion.
Here is the full list, of post offices that may be shuttered, representing about 11% of the USPS' 32,000 locations.