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A stamp is shown on an envelope Friday, May 28, 2021, in Washington. The U.S. Postal Service is raising rates on first class stamps from 55 cents to 58 as part of a host of price hikes and service changes designed to reduce debt for the beleaguered agency. The changes, which will take effect on Aug. 29, include price hikes for first class mail, magazines and marketing mailers. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

Stamp prices increase for fifth time in three years

In today’s Federal Newscast: Stamp prices will go up again, for the fifth time since 2021. A new IARPA program will try to expose perpetrators behind cyber…

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