By Jeff Cox, Senior Markets Writer, CNBC.com NEW YORK ( CNBC) -- U.S. Postal Service officials understand it needs major cutbacks to survive and are willing to work with Congress to do whatever's necessary, including ending Saturday service, Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe told CNBC Friday. "The situation we have is unsustainable," Donahoe said in reaction to comments earlier this week from Rep. Darrell Issa, who said more than 200,000 postal jobs need to go.
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