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Sure, they roll around at the same time every year, but somehow it’s still easy to be caught off-guard. Never again! Whether you’re planning ahead or at the very last minute, these handy holiday guides will help you make the most of your celebrations all year long.

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The Only 2 States That Don’t Observe Daylight Saving Time

For most of the U.S., the second Sunday of March marks the start of daylight saving time, but two states are the exceptions. Here's why.

Why Does Daylight Saving Time Start at 2 A.M.?

As the saying goes, "Spring forward, fall back." But why doesn't that happen at midnight?

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What Would Happen If We Got Rid of Daylight Saving Time?

Here's what it would look like if we all gave up on turning our clocks forward and back each spring...

What Is Daylight Saving Time and Why Do We Have It?

In March we spring forward, and in November we fall back...but why?

Here’s How Much Money Daylight Saving Time Costs the United States

Daylight saving time isn't just annoying—it can also be very expensive to individuals, businesses, and the overall economy.

How Many States May Stay on Daylight Saving Time for Good?

No one likes to lose an hour each spring so some states are actually trying to change time. Here's where...