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Ten USPS employees, 1 Navy worker charged with disability fraud

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Eleven federal employees have been charged with fraudulently obtaining federal disability compensation benefits, according to the U.S. Postal Service inspector general. The 11 -- including 10 USPS employees and one U.S. Navy civilian employee -- falsely claimed to be injured or disabled, and some also failed to report income they were getting despite saying they couldn't work, the IG said in a...

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