Spring Ahead! Daylight Saving Time Begins Sunday MorningTime to set your clocks and watches one hour ahead.
When Is Daylight Saving Time? Why Do We Set The Clocks Back?Americans will turn the clock back one hour at 2 a.m. Eastern Standard Time on Sunday, November 5.
Assaults Go Up When Daylight Saving Time Ends, Study ClaimsResearchers from the University of Pennsylvania say the number of assaults go up by nearly three percent right after the country sets its clocks back one hour.
U.S. Springs Forward Into Daylight Saving Time Leaving All Sleep-DeprivedDaylight saving time officially will re-emerge at 2 a.m. Sunday. Standard time returns Nov. 5.
Fall Back! Daylight Saving Time Has EndedDaylight Saving Time ended at 2 a.m. Don't forget to set your clocks back an hour and check those smoke alarm batteries.
Study: Most Vehicles Have Poor To Marginal HeadlightsDaylight Saving Time ends this weekend, which means we’ll be spending more time driving in the dark. If you have trouble seeing the road, it may be your headlights.
Fall Back! Daylight Saving Time Ends Sunday MorningThe change officially occurs at 2 a.m. Sunday, November 6th. The shift moves one hour of daylight to the morning from the evening.
California State Senate Rejects Bill Ending Daylight Saving TimeCalifornia voters likely won't get the chance to decide whether to continue observing daylight saving time.
Bill To Scrap Daylight Saving Time In California Passes Another HurdleA Bay Area lawmaker's proposal to do away with Daylight Saving Time in California cleared another Senate committee on Thursday.
Plan To End Daylight Saving Time In California Passes CommitteeA Bay Area lawmaker’s proposal to end Daylight Saving Time in California passed a State Senate committee this week.
Spring Forward But Don't Crash: Tips For Drivers Getting Up In The DarkAccording to National Safety Council data, crashes typically increase by up to 6 percent on the Monday following the time change.
Bay Area Lawmaker Seeks To End Daylight Saving Time In CaliforniaDaylight saving time could be a thing of the past in California, if a Bay Area lawmaker gets his way.