daylight saving time

Why and when the US started changing the clock

It's that time of the year again. You wake up and see your kitchen clock reading 8 a.m., even though you swear your alarm was set for 7 a.m. You're convinced you're late to work.

Gov. Inslee signs measure for permanent daylight saving time

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a measure to make daylight saving time permanent in the state if federal law changes to allow it. Inslee signed the measure Wednesday, but it will only take effect if Congress passes legislation allowing states to observe daylight saving time year-round. Currently, it is observed from the second Sunday in March until the first Sunday in November.

Wash. legislature OKs step toward year-round daylight saving

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - The Washington Legislature has approved a measure to make daylight saving time permanent in the state if federal law changes to allow it. The House approved changes made in the Senate on 90-6 vote Tuesday. The measure now heads to Gov. Jay Inslee.

Trump OK with making daylight saving time permanent

After losing an hour of executive time to "springing forward" his clock an hour over the weekend, President Donald Trump voiced his support Monday to eliminate states' legal requirement of "falling back" an hour each year.

Negative effects of daylight saving time

According to Mother Nature Network, there is a ton of data that points to negative effects on our bodies from the time change resulting from daylight saving time.

Daylight saving time explained

Daylight saving time will begin at 2 a.m. on Sunday. What's behind the tradition of pushing our clocks ahead each spring and setting them back each autumn?