The international standard of civil time from 1884 until 1972 was Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), before it was later known as Universal Time Coordinated (UTC).
While most of the country participates in daylight saving time, not all states do.
Adjusting to the change from daylight saving time is never easy, but these 11 products either promote sleep, promote energy or help organize your routine so the transition is a little easier.
Most Americans will get an extra hour of sleep this weekend when daylight saving time ends—but not everyone.
According to polls, four in 10 Americans don't like to change their clocks, while three in 10 Americans prefer to permanently stay on daylight saving time.
Daylight saving time was first introduced in the U.S. in 1918 and is observed in most parts of the country.
The first day of fall is coming but the autumn equinox and Daylight Saving Time have nothing to do with each other.
The rocket left an eerie blue glow that confused onlookers and could be seen across multiple states.
Daylight saving time gives people an extra hour of daylight but also creates a change in the time difference between areas that observe the clock change and those who don't.
For most electronic devices, such as computers and mobile phones, the DST update takes place automatically.
"The call to end the antiquated practice of clock changing is gaining momentum throughout the nation," Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said after relaunching a bipartisan bid to alter federal law to allow states to keep daylight saving time permanently.
Georgia would join Arizona and Hawaii as the only states that do not observe daylight saving time if a new effort in the state legislature is successful.
Waking up this morning some people have a mutual question on their mind: is it really the time my clock says it is or is it actually an hour earlier?
Senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott pushed this year to keep daylight saving time as a temporary fixture of American life, but the Senate never voted on the bill.
Just because we "fall back" doesn't mean the time change occurs on the first day of autumn.
Daylight saving time is here, leaving some people wondering if they have the right time.
States across the country are proposing legislation regarding Daylight Saving Time.
Yes, this does mean that you will lose an hour of sleep starting Sunday.
Maryland and Utah could be set to join a host of other states who hope to adopt Daylight Saving Time permanently, although federal law does not currently allow the states to make the changes.
In an article published in JAMA Neurology on Monday, three Vanderbilt neurologists cited evidence of the detrimental effects of time changes on the brain, particularly the negative impact they may have on circadian rhythms.
It's pretty easy to know what time it is in most time zones, but things get a little trickier when trying to schedule a time to chat with people in Hawaii and Arizona.
Yes, you need to turn your clock back. No, you don't need to wake up in the middle of the night to do so.
"It's what the people of Oregon want," said Rep. Bill Post.
In California, the times may be changing, quite literally.
It ends on Sunday.