The term 'daylight saving ends' is lighting up the Internet Tuesday. It is one of the most searched terms now. Lots of folks want to know when we turn the clocks back, when we fall back in 2013.
When does daylight savings end?
Turn the clocks back an hour before you go to bed on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013. Daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013.
Not all countries change clocks at the same time
Some countries, including Mexico, did not adopt an early end to Daylight Saving Time, more on that in this story.
Could daylight savings time change give you a headache? Yes, say researchers. More on that here.
Daylight saving time, not daylight savings time
Don't call it "daylight savings time" it is called daylight saving time, even though most people call it daylight "savings" time, with an "s" on saving.
Should we stop the practice of 'fall back, spring forward,' permanently?
At least one Florida politician thinks we should. More on that story here.
Aren't there some states and US territories that never change their clocks?
Yes, two states and several US territories do not honor daylight saving time. That story is here.
Recent published Examiner.com story on the world's tallest dog.
Didn't daylight saving time used to end earlier, before Halloween?
Yes, for more on the history of daylight savings time and the reason that it comes to an end earlier than it used to, click here.
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