Washington — Top Democrats in the US Congress on Sunday called on President Donald Trump's appointed postmaster general to testify in August on changes that have stoked fears they are aimed at holding up mail-in ballots ahead of the November election.

The US Postal Service's internal watchdog has begun investigating a wave of cost-cutting kicked off by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy that has slowed mail delivery around the country, alarming lawmakers ahead of the Nov. 3 election when up to half of US voters could cast ballots by mail...

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