Election Day 2020 is just about six weeks away. With voter registration deadlines approaching soon, it’s time to make sure you’re ready.
Children in 2020 have different levels of experience with technology. Regardless of their expertise, prepare to discuss online safety with them. Consider the following tips from USAGov when teaching kids about staying safe online.
Check out USAGov’s list of the top five government apps to download now.
The 2020 hurricane season lasts until November 30. According to the predictions of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), this season may be more active than previous years.
Struggling with mental health challenges can make you feel isolated, frustrated, and overwhelmed. This guide from USA.gov can help you find resources to help.
Scammers target millions of Americans every year, and anyone can fall victim to their deceptive tricks. Last year, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received over 3 million reports of fraud.
If you have a low income or are experiencing financial hardship, federal government benefit programs may be able to help you pay for food, housing, health care, and other expenses.
Follow these tips when using fireworks to ensure you and your family have a fun and safe Fourth of July.
Your response to the 2020 Census matters. But you may be unsure about what to expect. If you’re confused or simply want to know more, explore USAGov’s guide of things you should know before filling out the census.
Finding reliable and official government information can be a challenge, especially if you don’t know where to start. USAGov works as a helpful guide on federal government resources, that can help you answer questions, work through personal and professional issues, or simply find more information.