A 1974 switch to year-round DST proved unpopular, with Americans expressing "distaste" for the long, dark winter mornings
‘Our goal is to provide full flexibility, 24/7,’ one resident said. ‘If you want to cut the lawn at 4 a.m., then you do it.’
Don't forget, it's nearly time to "Spring forward!" Here are some strategies to help you deal with the change
A new generation of optical clocks are becoming ever more reliable as physicists work to redefine time
The original arguments Congress made for 'springing ahead' have been thoroughly debunked. So why are they still being used today?