Despite reports earlier this year that stated that due to budget cuts, the United States Post Office would be cutting their Saturday delivery service, that decision has been overturned by Congress. 

A bill was passed by US Congress that will prohibit the reduction of mail delivery, so the six day delivery week will continue. The US Post Office says they will have to wait to implement their planned five day delivery system.

The proposed plan had come under fire by the Letter Carriers Union, who would have been directly affected by the cut.

[WNYT]