Daylight Saving Time (DST) has been tossed around since Benjamin Franklin's time, but in recent years more people are wondering why we…
Our bodies are very used to day-night cycles, but Daylight Saving Time can disrupt when they think the day starts and ends.
More than 80% of people surveyed were in favor of the change.
The European Commission is taking public comments on whether or not the block should keep changing their clocks twice a year.
Setting your clock ahead means an extra hour of daylight, and that's what Sen. Marco Rubio wants for Florida, or the whole U.S.
Several states are attempting to spring a big issue forward: The time.
You may be feeling a little more tired than usual to start your work week, even though we got that extra hour of sleep this past…
Daylight saving time has been around about 100 years, but many studies suggest a time switch doesn't save energy, as previously believed.
Prior to 2007, those acknowledging Daylight Saving Time were typically setting their clocks back an hour in October.
The House Agriculture, Livestock and Natural Resources Committee on Monday voted 8-5 against House Bill 1226.
Arizona and Hawaii don't follow daylight saving time ��������� but they used to.
There have been more than 350 bills filed so far this year, and some have raised eyebrows. Here are five that might surprise you