by John Siciliano | Mar 10, 2017, 12:11 PM Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email this article Share on LinkedIn Print this article Moving the clock for daylight saving time may save energy, but it's also leading to more depression and …
Today the sun is shining during my commute home from work. But this weekend, public service announcements will remind us to “fall back,” ending daylight saving time (DST) by setting our clocks an hour earlier on Sunday, Nov. 6. …
7. DST was designed to give people more time in sunlight, and ostensibly to conserve energy—but many prominent studies have proven we get little if any benefits from the practice. A U.S. Department of Transportation study in the …
Californians who cherish their sunny summer evenings need no longer fret about the prospect of losing Daylight Saving Time. A bill that could have ended the time change, setting the state’s clocks permanently on winter’s Standard …
You might think that daylight saving time was conceived to give farmers an extra hour of sunlight to till their fields, but this is a common misconception. In fact, farmers have long been opposed to springing forward and falling back, since it …
Come Sunday at 2 a.m., Daylight Saving Time clicks into place like, well, clockwork. You know the drill: Spring ahead — as in, shift your timepieces an hour forward before you turn in on Saturday night. Sure, you’ll wake up groggy on …
Some people think Daylight Saving Time is the worst, while others can't wait to use up that extra hour of sunlight we're able to get. One thing is for sure, though. If you live in a place that has to spring its clocks ahead an hour this weekend …
It's that time of year again, so here's a little primer on daylight-saving time, and how Arizona, by not observing the time shift, fluctuates from its normal Mountain Time Zone to California's Pacific Time Zone. The short answer: The last thing …
States across the country are taking a dim view toward daylight saving time. And some say it's time to turn back the clock -- so to speak. Lawmakers in 10 states have proposed legislation challenging what, for many, is a twice-a-year …
Conceived by Benjamin Franklin and panned by Native American proverbs, daylight saving time, or DST, has been a constant topic of debate. And as this year's "spring-forward" approaches (2 a.m. on March 8), what better time than …