Twitter | Search | |
USA.gov
We help you discover official U.S. government information and services on the Internet. Retweets or follows don't equal endorsement.
16,610
Tweets
1,122
Following
342,621
Followers
Tweets
USA.gov Dec 26
We're sorry, but we will not tweet or respond to @ replies during the lapse in funding. We'll be back as soon as possible!
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 22
Whether you are looking for an easy trail to hike on a spring weekend or a challenging adventure for a vacation, these pages will help you identify refuge trails that match your interests:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 21
Stepping onto the plane, you’re greeted by smiling flight attendants wearing Santa hats. You slide into your seat, excitedly snap your seatbelt and exhale deeply, thankful that you made it through the security checkpoint with ease:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 21
Learn about the two major types of stroke and how to reduce the risk of suffering one:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov retweeted
The FAA Dec 21
Getting a 🎁this holiday season? Welcome to the community, where safety is your responsibility! Watch our short video to learn how to .
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 21
You can ease some of the holiday stress about overspending by taking some time to create a holiday spending plan. Here’s how to get started:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov retweeted
USDA Food Safety Dec 21
It’s the first day of winter! ❄️ Winter storms can wreak havoc just as well as summer storms do. But just because the weather outside is frightful, doesn’t mean your family meals can’t be delightful–or at least safe. Winter weather tips here→
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 21
Today is the winter solstice, the official start of winter. But what does a solstice really mean?
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 21
Are you aware that your kids smart toy could be hacked or have their data misused? Avoid this by doing some research before buying a new smart toy for this holiday season:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 20
There are two basic strategies that can help you reduce debt: the highest interest rate method and the snowball method:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 20
Did you know you are allowed to bring a power charger on battery for your device on your next flight? However, portable chargers or power banks containing a lithium-ion battery must be packed in carry-on bags:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 20
Is your phone number on the National Do Not Call Registry? Learn how to block scammers and robocalls from interrupting your day:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov retweeted
US Consumer Product Safety Commission Dec 20
Unattended cooking is the number one cause of home fires. Help out your local fire department and stand by your pan this holiday season
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 20
Simplify your search for government benefits to help pay for food, housing, healthcare, and other basic living expenses:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov retweeted
CDC Dec 20
Feasting during the holidays? Keep food safe when cooking for friends and family. Wash hands, keep raw meat separate from ready-to-eat foods like salad, and cook meats thoroughly.
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 20
Use these tips from USAGov to help make your donations count and celebrate the holiday spirit of giving:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 20
Traveling abroad for the holidays? Follow these tips to be healthy and safe:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 19
Do you want to know how to create a budget? Have you ever tried tracking your spending? Are you interested in strategies for paying down your debt? Check out the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)'s Get a Handle on Debt Boot Camp:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 19
Gaining weight during the holidays is one tradition everyone wants to avoid. Staying active during the next couple of weeks is crucial. Get tips to help you keep the weight off during holiday party season:
Reply Retweet Like
USA.gov Dec 19
The U.S. Postal Service expects to deliver nearly 15 billion pieces of mail and 900 million packages, for a total of nearly 16 billion cheerful deliveries this holiday season – the period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day:
Reply Retweet Like