When is DST 2022?

Changing clocks twice a year affects Americans' sleep, productivity, and schedules.

The biennial switchover costs the US $430 million a year, according to a 2016 research.

Studies suggest daylight saving reduces pedestrian and wildlife car accidents. According to the Brookings Institution, more daylight reduces thefts by 27%.

We want our kids outside, playing, and doing sports, not in front of a TV or computer all day, Rubio stated.

If you don't have a lighted park or outside facility, you're shut down about 5 p.m.

The US Chamber of Commerce says Americans shop more when it's bright after work with DST. 

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The Giants and Brian Daboll want to beat the Jaguars quickly.

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