According to their website, the Library of Congress is the world’s largest library and “provides Congress, the federal government and the American people with a rich, diverse and enduring source of knowledge…”
Before completely dismissing the failed New Year's resolutions of the last couple months, resolve to at least take stock of your digital spaces before the winter season ends.
On December 21, 2015, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) began to require small unmanned aircraft owners to register their drones if they weigh between 0.55 and 55 pounds.
It is a well-known fact that stress levels spiral during the holidays. The first step in dealing with holiday stress is to be aware of it and to seek out ways to ease the situation.
The United States is the only country in the world that still relies on magnetic stripe technology for its credit and debit card users. Magnetic stripe technology is easily counterfeited, and United States banks incur an extremely high percentage of credit card fraud.
Did you know that the U.S. Constitution was first publically printed in The Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser on September 19, 1787; only two days after the original document was signed?
Did you know that more than 11,000 amendments have been proposed in Congress, but only 27 became actual amendments to the Constitution?
Maybe you just want to see the full text of the document, or download a copy to your computer.
A common question at the reference desk is how to find money or property that may have gone unclaimed due to forgotten accounts, insurance policies, uncashed checks, or death. Few people realize that all states are required by law to return unclaimed assets to their rightful owners.
Called the National Drinking Water Activity Dashboard, it was launched in response to an increasing number of drinking water related news events and incidents, such as the problem Toledo and some of the southern parts of Monroe County faced last summer when Lake Erie’s water was contaminated by microcystin bacteria and deemed unsafe.
What would happen if you lost your birth certificate, driver’s license, passport or medicare card? What if your house flooded and photographs or precious furniture pieces were damaged? What can you do about damaged money or savings bonds?
Don’t worry, the USA.gov website has an answer for all of those situations and more, compiled into one webpage with easy-to-follow links. From address changes to copies of your federal tax returns, this one-stop shopping website can be a lifesaver.