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Daylight Saving and the Politics of Time

Why we “fall back” and “spring forward”—and the surprisingly controversial history of clock time.

Entertainment | Entertainment

The Strokes Don’t Want You to Forget That This Weekend Is Daylight Savings in SNL Promo

This Saturday, the Strokes will be performing on a special Halloween edition of Saturday Night Live. Ahead of the episode, the band appeared with this week's host John Mulaney and SNL castmember Ego Nwodim to remind folks that something important i

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The Reason Why Daylight Saving Time Begins at 2 a.m.

We’ll spring forward for daylight saving time 2020 on Sunday, March 8, at exactly 2 a.m.—but why then?

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Trump says he's 'O.K.' with 'permanent' Daylight Saving Time | Fox News

President Trump apparently is tired of switching clocks just like everyone else. 

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Daylight Saving Time Is Deadly And Doesn't Save Energy — It's Time To Ditch It | Stock News & Stock Market Analysi

The European Union is studying whether switching their clocks back and forth each year to accommodate daylight saving time is worth it. The answer is, it isn't.

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Daylight Saving Time Sleep Tips

WebMD offers tips on preparing for the transition of daylight saving time, and what to do if the time change is messing with your sleep.

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It's time to change the clocks: Here are 8 ways to avoid losing sleep this weekend - LA Times

This weekend is the beginning of daylight saving time, you know, the first part in "spring forward, fall back." So that means we lose an hour of dreamy weekend slumber when clocks are set to jump forward an hour early Sunday morning. And that can be problematic for many.

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Myths and truths about Daylight Saving Time - CNN.com

Ready or not, Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday.

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Daylight Savings Time Ends This Weekend: Do We Really Need It?

As Americans turn back their clocks to standard time on November 2, a debate rages about whether daylight savings is really beneficial.