Postal Service may cut service

The economy may force the U.S. Postal Service to cut delivery this year. The U.S. Postal Service will run out of money this year if financial tactics aren't mailed in soon.

Postmaster General John Potter asked Congress on Wednesday to cut delivery to five days a week to help avoid a $6 billion dollar deficit in the upcoming year.  Potter told the House Subcommittee his main concern is paying bills and ensuring the payment of workers salaries.

The agency hopes to eliminate management positions and urge early retirement plans to help with budget shortfalls.